A Guy Kidnaps The Guard As He Chats With His Girlfriend

This incident took place in Mumbai. A 33 year old security guard who works in GVK was kidnapped and assaulted by a group of youths from Ghatkopar after he chatted on Facebook with one of their friend?s girlfriend. According to the police report, the security guard, Sandeep shinde, is a resident of Kaju Tekdi in Ghatkopar, and the group also belongs to the same area.

A Guy Kidnaps The Guard As He Chats With His Girlfriend :

The members of the group Satish Babban Lokhande (27), Dinu Singh (21), Prathamesh Shedge (19) along with two minors were arrested, but the main accused, Shuham Juvatkar and Guddu, are still absconding. The incident took place on Saturday evening. The group kidnapped Shinde and took him somewhere in Ghatkopar, locked him inside a room for a few hours and beat him up. Juvatkar threatened Shinde and also made a video later with a sickle on his neck.

A Guy Kidnaps The Guard As He Chats With His Girlfriend

A Guy Kidnaps The Guard As He Chats With His Girlfriend

According to the information given by the police sub-inspector Vivek Narvekar from Ghatkopar police station, Shinde can be seen apologizing in the video and he was even made to say that he would never talk to Juvartkar?s girlfriend again. They snatched his phone and let him go.

After the incident Shinde?s family admitted him to a hospital and informed Ghatkopar police station. The case was later shifted to Andheri police station. Senior police inspector venkatnpatil from Ghatkopar police station said, that they have spoken to the victim, who had to get eight stitches on his head and had several bruises on his body.

The group of five accused including the two minors, were arrested and the case was transferred to Andheri police station. The police said that they were booked under sections 397 (robbery, or dacoity, with attempt to cause death or grievous hurt), 367 (kidnapping or abducting in order to subject person to grievous hurt, slavery, etc.), 504 and 506 of the Indian Penal Code along with relevant sections of the IT and Arms Acts.