Ghaziabad Police on Monday made five arrests in Snapdeal employee Dipti Sarna's abduction case. They also held a Press Conference at 1 PM and revealed details of kidnappers.
Addressing a Press Conference, Ghaziabad SSP Dharmendra Singh informed, "The accused read Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf in jail. Was impressed by Hitler and Shah Rukh Khan's character in the movie Darr."
"He had plans to marry Dipti and settle in Nepal. Dipti was blind folded soon after she took an auto from outside Vaishali metro station. Her phone was detroyed by the accused in Nandgram. Her bag was burried at an under construction site. The accused then went to a village in Baghpat."
"We arrested all culprits involved in Snapdeal executive Dipti's abduction today. Total 5 were involved. Man named Devendra was the mastermind. In her statement, the girl mentioned at many instances that the kidnappers did not harm her, gave her food as well. But the conflicting question was, if the girl never met them, then why did they keep her well? Question that was arising was why was she released? This was hinting to a close person being involved who did not harm her."
On February 10 evening, Dipti left her Snapdeal office in Gurgaon for her home in Ghaziabad. She took an auto rickshaw from outside the Vaishali metro station. The auto rickshaw driver, who was known to Devendra, dropped her at a secluded place. Dipti told the police that she was blind folded by her kidnappers. Dipti said that she was not assaulted sexually by the kidnappers.
A couple of days later, Dipti called her family to say that she was safe and was on a train to Delhi. She told the police that the kidnappers took care of her and gave her food. No ransom call was made to Dipti's family.
She was traced in Panipat after she went missing for nearly 36 hours from Vaishali Metro station. However, she returned home safely after contacting her family from a co-travellers phone.