Police resolved a kidnapping man in Malaysia

Police resolved a kidnapping man in Malaysia

Two businessman brothers were kidnapped from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia last week. The kidnapped person belongs to Thane district of Maharashtra have been rescued, report Police Force on Tuesday.

Police Commissioner Parvin Pawar said to reporters that as per the latest information, the kidnapped brother are rescued and they are now safe. They will return to their hometown soon, he expressed in Thane.

36-years old Rohan Prakash Vidaya and 31-years old Kaustubh Prakash Vaidya, who live in Dombivali, owner of Rock Frozen Food that export fishes went to Malaysia on August 1. He went Malaysia for business purpose, to receive an order from Mis Lee Frozen Foods, reports Rajiv Vaidya, the paternal uncle of the kidnapped brother.

According to the lodge complain, on August 2 one of the brothers around 10:30 pm called home to inform the family about the kidnapping incident. He said that the kidnapper demanded Rs.1 crore against the release of the kidnapped brother, reports Police.

On August 3, the family received endless calls from the siblings between 8 and 11 pm, talking about the demand of the kidnappers, which was reported by the uncle to the Dombivali Police. Family members tried hard to get in touch with the Indian Embassy in Malaysia. They lodge a complaint with the Southeast Asian Country’s Police, quoting the FIR, reports the officials.

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj tweeted on Tuesday that “I am happy to inform that with the efforts of our High Commissioner Mridul Kumar and his team, Malaysian Police has secure release of both Indian nationals on 6th August 2018.”

by Chandrani Sarkar on August 8, 2018

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