Accused was ready for any eventuality
Lokmat News Network
Nagpur, June 5
Jitendra Tulshiram Bisen, accused of holding the builder’s family hostage for two hours and creating a high voltage drama in city, was overconfident that he would easily get a ransom of `50 lakh.
The shocking information was revealed during the police interrogation of Bisen and that he had been preparing for the hostage scene for a month.
According to the police, 19-year-old Bisen is extremely shrewd and one of his minor relatives is a notorious thief and 8 cases have been registered against him. As he is a minor, he does not have to go to jail and hence commits petty thefts and gets small amount. Bisen thought of doing one big crime and settle for life. His plan was to get `50 lakh ransom, buy a bungalow for `20 lakh, a care for `5 to `7 lakh and live a royal life with the rest of the money
He came across builder Raju Vaidya and decided to make him his target. He had been thinking about his plan over and over again for over a month so as not to make any mistakes while committing the crime. He also saw some crime patrol scenes. From that, he implemented two tricks in his crime, how to dress and not use his own mobile phone.
He spoke to Vaidya on Swati’s mobile and demanded ransom. As Vaidya’s accomplice, the police were holding a bundle of five hundred notes in their hand. The plan was to catch his both hands, when he was taking money. Bisen was very happy to see the bundle of notes and become a bit complacent and police nabbed him.
Special wishes are being extended to DCP Gajanan Rajmane as well as his colleagues API Bhujbal, API Sontakke, constable Madavi and Raut for preventing a major tragedy.
No remorse, no mercy
The police arrested Bisen but even in that situation, he was not worried. He said, “If I had known, I would not have let them go.” He also told the police that he had gone inside with the intention of killing them or getting killed. Bisen also confessed of doing recce of Vaidya's residence twice.
police two days ago
Four days ago, four lakh cash and gold and silver jewellery were stolen from a traders house in Hudkeshwar area. As the accused’s minor relative was a criminal on record, the police raided his house to check. The accused Jitendra Bisen was confronted by the police. However, he gave satisfactory answers to police at that time. Meanwhile, Hudkeshwar police constable Prataprao Bhosale produced Bisen in court on Saturday and obtained his PCR till June 8.