New Delhi, Jan 30: Delhi Police have did not create any headway within the Rs.7.69-crore rush-hour heist on an arterial road within the capital, an official said Wed, adding they were also looking for the supply of the cash robbed.
Six people robbed Rs.7.69 crore in money from the business partner and manager of a city-Gurgaon-based businessmen close to the Lajpat Nagar metro station in south Delhi and hijacked the car in which he was going with four different staff, Tuesday morning.
Police suspect involvement of some insiders within the Delhi’s biggest heist and have questioned many workers of the businessmen. However, those questioned did not offer the proper supply of the cash.
According to police sources, the cash was unaccountable and the dealings was being done through banking system.
During the investigation, police found bourgeois Rajesh Kalra was in remission in 2000 for reference to bookies and charged within the Hansie Cronje match-fixing case.
Sources also said Kalra may be a friend of tv actor Vindoo Dara Singh, who was arrested by Mumbai police within the 2013 Indian Premier League spot-fixing scandal.
The first information report (FIR) of the heist, of that the IANS has a copy, did not mention the money’s supply.
Kalra’s business partner and manager Rakesh Kumar Sharma, 32, who conjointly deals in diamonds, within the FIR he filed declared that he typically deposited money of Kalra and himself at a Punjab national bank branch in Karol Bagh.
Tuesday morning, he along with his employees was planning to deposit the cash once robbers affected them.
Police said they may inform the enforcement board concerning the cash. however their priority was to nab the robbers and recover the cash.
Police sources said the number of robbers could be over six. Suspecting involvement of gangs operating in Delhi and Haryana, police have questioned a number of their members lodged in jails of the 2 states.