Dipti Sarna’s stalker wants to write a book on his one-sided love story!
New Delhi, Feb 19: Dipti Sarna, the Snapdeal employee, who was recently kidnapped in a dramatic way, by a psycho stalker, is too traumatised by the incident, that she is afraid of stepping out from her house.
But Devender Kumar, her stalker, who is cooling his heels behind bars, shows no signs of remorse of his acts and he reportedly wants to pen down his one-sided love story about Dipti, in a book!
Devender is 29-year-old and the number of cases that he faces is 32, (including 3 murder cases). Devender has been lodged in Ghaziabad's Dasna jail, since Feb 15.
As per a report published in TOI, jail superintendent SP Yadav said that Devender spends most of his time reading Hindi version of Adolf Hitler's 'Mein Kampf'.
Yadav was quoted saying as, "During his conversation with fellow prisoners, Devender has said he plans to write an account of his love story. He has also said he was greatly influenced by Shah Rukh Khan's character in 'Darr'."
Devender also wants to read Arundhati Roy's Booker Prize-winning novel, 'The God of Small Things'. [SnapDeal employee abduction was inspired by SRK's 'Darr', 5 arrested]
24-year-old Dipti, went missing on Feb 10, when she was on the way to her home in evening, She had hired an auto after getting down from the metro at Vaishali Metro station and unknowingly fell into Devender's trap.
After a massive search operation of 36 hours, she was finally reunited with her family on Feb 12. [Snapdeal employee Dipti Sarna reunited with family]
Some reports claimed that Devender wanted to take Dipti to Nepal and wanted to settle down with her there.
Devender disowned by his family
According to reports, Devender's family, who lives at Kami village in Sonepat district of Haryana, had disowned him few years back. [Snapdeal kidnapping: Here's what Shah Rukh Khan said about abduction inspired by Darr]
In 2001, Devender was booked for harassing a woman in a train, when he was only 15-year-old. He had given a slip to police officials, during a court hearing in June 2014, and had been absconding since two years.