Published On : Tue, Apr 26th, 2016

In Itwari, Extortion demanded at knife point

Nagpur: Some small time goons have suddenly started becoming reckless and are committing daring crimes. Two separate cases of extortion demand by goons have come to fore in Tehsil and Shakardhara area.

In the first case which occurred in Tehsil area, the victim identified as Rajesh Kumar Kewalramani aged 30 years and a resident of Baghabai Layout was siting in his shop situated near Bohra Masjid, Loha Oli, Itwari, Nagpur.
Suddenly the accused identified as Krishna alias Golu Suresh Bokade aged 23 years and two friends aged around 20-22 year-old entered the shop.

The goons demanded an extortion amount of Rs 3000 on knife point. They also used very abusive and vulgar words to address the shopkeepers. However, the goons went off when the victim refused to pay extortion amount.

On the basis of the complaint lodged by the victim, Police Sub Inspector V M Dongle of Tehsil Police Station registered a case under sections 387 and 34 of Indian Penal Code and under subsection 4+25 of Indian Arms Act and is investigating further.

In the second case which occurred in Sakardhara area, the victim identified as Mahesh Gonge aged 38 years and a resident of opposite Bidipeth Corporation School was resting at home. The accused identified as Moosa alias Rakesh Ravidas aged 30 years and a resident of Bidipeth and second accused Anil alias Anna aged 26 years and third accused Suraj Chaudhari aged 19 years and a resident of Bidipeth entered into the house forcibly. After entering the house, the accused shouted and created ruckus at the victim in his house asking why the victim lodged a complaint against them. They even broke some goods and furniture kept in the house. The accused then went on to demand extortion amount of Rs 20,000/- at knife point.

On the basis of the complaint lodged by the victim, Woman Police Sub Inspector C S Yelkewar of Sakardhara Police Station registered a case under sections 452, 386, 427 and 34 of Indian Penal Code and under subsection 4+25 of Indian Arms Act and is investigating further.