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‘We will never come to Bihar anymore’ say businessmen brothers after release

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PATNA: Shocked at their kidnapping and beastly treatment during the time of captivity, the two businessmen brothers have announced never to come to Bihar.

“Aab kuchchha bhi ho jaye, ham Bihar nahin aayenge (We will never come to Bihar come what may),”the businessmen brothers, Kapil Sharma and Suresh Sharma, were quoted as saying in local media today.

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The trader brothers who were rescued by the Bihar police on Wednesday morning after five days of captivity, showed to the media 37 points on their bodies—near neck, thigh, back, hand and feet—where they had injected with sedatives to cart them out from one place to another by the kidnappers.

Strangely, they were being injected by young women who were deployed in their security and keep an eye on them.

“They treated us beastly, beat us up repeatedly, served only chura (flattened rice) to eat and just two glasses of water to drink during 24 hours,” was how they narrated their horrible tale to the police.

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The trader brothers rescued by the police were the sons of a Delhi-based businessman Babulal Sharma. They were kidnapped by a gang of kidnappers from the Patna airport on Friday evening.

The police also arrested five kidnappers involved in the crime. The kidnappers had sought a ransoms of Rs 4 crore (Rs 40 million) for the safe release of victims.

“We have safely rescued the victims from the Kajara hill areas. We are still investigating the case,” Patna’s senior superintendent of police Manu Maharaj said.

The victims were recovered from naxal-hit Kajara locality of Lakhisarai district. The victims told the police that the kidnappers were treating them very badly during captivity, not giving them enough food and not even allowing them to meet nature’s calls.

According to police, the Ranjit Don gang was involved in the crime. It was the gang members who had arranged the air tickets of the businessman’s son to reach Patna.

The shrewd gangsters had invited the contractor’s sons on the pretext of big business deals. How, they were kidnapped right since they landed at the Patna airport.

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