A guy kidnapping of his 10-year-old son in order to frame his brother over a property dispute

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By: Priyanka Sikdar

Last Update: 2021-08-10 11:28:28 IST

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A guy in Surat, Gujarat, allegedly faked the kidnapping of his 10-year-old son in order to frame his brother over a property dispute

A guy in Surat, Gujarat, allegedly faked the kidnapping of his 10-year-old son in order to frame his brother over a property dispute

A couple from Gokuldham society in the city’s Pandesara district filed a complaint on August 6 alleging that their 10-year-old son, Rahul (name altered), had gone missing. During interrogation, the father of the missing child made contradictory statements to the police, increasing suspicion. As a result, he was interrogated more, and it was discovered that the child was with a friend of his mother’s.

The individual said that he and his brother were involved in a property dispute. He claimed that he suspected his brother of being involved in his son’s disappearance. The authorities were able to tear him down during cross-questioning, and he confessed to fabricating the kidnapping storey. It was discovered that his wife had asked one of her friends to look after the child while they filed an abduction report.

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