According to reports, the police have solved a case of robbery that occurred on September 21 at the home of a former Indian Air Force officer. His maid and her two co-conspirators have all been apprehended by the police. The accused are all natives of Adliwal village, including the maid Ramanjit Kaur, her husband Vikramjit, and their accomplice Deepak.
(Air Commodore) Inderbir Singh Sidana (retd), the second-in-command of the Indian Air Force, was held prisoner and looted of jewelry worth Rs 22 lakh and Rs 12 lakh. Prabhjot Singh Virk, an additional deputy commissioner of police (ADCP), acknowledged the development and stated that police parties were conducting raids to apprehend the other suspects. The trio had given the fugitive suspects the money and jewelry.
Yasin Road resident Inderbir Singh Sidana claimed he was alone in the home and was sleeping.
Three teenagers in masks broke into his home in the meantime. One of the robbers bound his hands and feet with a sheet as he attempted to sound the alarm. He resisted the criminals’ actions.
A thief shoved a piece of cloth in his mouth when he attempted to make noise. Then a bandage was placed over his eyes as well. The burglars then began searching the home. For his daughter’s wedding, he had jewels in the house valued Rs. 22 lakh and Rs. 12 lakh. All of these possessions were taken from the house by the accused.According to the victim, the accused fled the residence after the incident and made death threats.