New Delhi: A 38-year-old man was arrested for allegedly kidnapping three minor girls in order to take revenge on two assistant sub-inspectors of Kalindi Kunj police station in Delhi, stated the police. The accused who was earlier arrested by the cops had decided to frame them for abducting the girls, added the police.

The accused identified as Bimal Kumar is a resident of Noida Sector-5. He was earlier arrested from Khadda Colony in Jaitpur area by the two SIs on June 30. Notably, on August 16, Kumar approached three sisters, residents of Khadda Colony, who appeared to be sad. When he asked them the reason for their sadness, they claimed that their parents have died and their uncle, with whom they presently live, does not love them.

Hearing their story, Kumar convinced the girls that he will take care of them and help them get their share of the property from their uncle, stated the police. On Thursday, the accused had taken the girls to a rented house in Sehatpur of Faridabad. Faking himself as an assistant sub-inspector from Kalindi Kunj police station, Kumar called police Yashpal Singh and informed that his three nieces, aged 17, 15 and 11 respectively, had lodged a complaint against him at the police station.

When Singh received the call, he was at Gurgaon office. Therefore, the cop asked his wife to reach the police station. However, his wife found that there were no girls at the police station and no complaint registered against her husband.

Later, Kumar misinformed Singh that the girls were handed over to a policeman at Khadda Colony and even tried to extort Rs 12,000 from Singh, stated the police.

Soon a kidnap case was registered at Kalindi Kunj police station after which Kumar was arrested. Police also traced the location of the three girls to a Faridabad accommodation, noted the DCP.