City court sentences four to 10-year RI for robbery
New Delhi, Apr 19 (UNI) A city court has sentenced four persons to ten-year imprisonment for committing robbery in Greater Kailash in South Delhi in the broad daylight five years ago.
After hearing the arguments of both the prosecution and the defence on Monday, Additional Sessions Judge (ASJ) Vinod Kumar, held Prakash Chand, Natraj, Mohammad Ishtaq and Pravat Kumar Nayak guilty of robbing Rs 3000 from one Prem Sagar Jain, a resident of Greater Kailash-1 and sentenced them to ten-year imprisonment.
The court further slapped a fine of Rs 6000 each on Prakash Chand and Natraj and a fine of Rs 500 each on Mohammad Ishtaq and Pravat Kumar Nayak.
Pravat, a domestic help in the house of Jain had conspired with Amar Kumar Mondal, an autorickshaw driver along with Prakash Chand and Natraj to rob Jain. On December 12, 2001, at about 1400 hours, all the convicted persons came to Jain's house. They gagged his mouth and robbed Rs 3000 from Jain's wallet along with several other items at gun-point, according to the prosecution.
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