In Madhya Pradesh, a shocking case of robbery in a train has come to light in Gwalior. The robbery was carried out by a constable accused in vyapam case along with two other constables of MP police and an RPF jawan. Together, they looted Rs 60 lakh from three gold traders travelling in the train. The mastermind of the incident, the constable, says that all his money was spent in the Vyapam case. So he was forced to commit this crime. After the case came to light, accused Satyendra Gurjar in Vyapam and Abhishek Tiwari and Vivek Pathak posted in Gwalior Cyber Cell have been terminated. The rpf has been written to take action against the fourth accused.
According to SP Gwalior Amit Sanghi, Sanjay Agarwal, Sanjay Gupta and another accomplice are gold brick wholesalers in Jhansi. They buy gold bricks from Delhi and bring them to Jhansi and supply them to jewellers. The three traders were on their way to Delhi by Jabalpur-Nizamuddin Express on June 17. Meanwhile, three police and an RPF jawan asked them to show the bag at Dabra station near Gwalior. All of them made themselves crime branch officers of Rajasthan Police and threatened the traders by calling them involved in hawala rackets. Meanwhile, the policemen seized his bag full of Rs 60 lakh and took it off the train. The traders then lodged a complaint with GRP Gwalior. According to the SP, they were identified and arrested by the police three days ago with the help of CCTV footage. During interrogation, he described Satendra Gurjar as the mastermind of the incident.
Police then arrested Satendra Gurjar. Satendra confessed to the crime during interrogation. According to an investigating officer, he said the CBI filed a chargesheet against him in 2015. He was accused of wrongly passing the constable recruitment test in Vyapam recruitment. He spent a lot of money in the Vyapam court case and had to borrow from many people. He thought he would return everyone’s money when the restoration took place. But the investigation was delayed and the debt continued to grow. Finally, he planned the robbery. Now, the police are investigating whether they are involved in any other incident. At the same time, it is being investigated as to who gave them information and other information about the traders.