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Businessman Brothers Kidnapped In Malaysia Rescued: Police

Thane: 

The dual businessman brothers from Maharashtra’s Thane district, who were kidnapped from Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia final week, have been freed, a military on Tuesday said.

Additional Commissioner of Police Pravin Pawar told reporters that according to a latest information, a brothers have been expelled and are safe.

They will lapse to India soon, he pronounced in Thane.

Rohan Prakash Vaidya (36) and Kaustubh Prakash Vaidya, (31), residents of Dombivali in a district, possess a fish trade organisation called Rock Frozen Food and had left to Malaysia on Aug 1 after receiving an sequence from a organisation there called Mis Lee Frozen Foods, according to a censure from Rajiv Vaidya, a brothers’ consanguine uncle.

As per a complaint, one of a brothers called adult home on Aug 2, around 10.30 pm, to surprise a family that they had been kidnapped by different persons who were perfectionist a recover of Rs 1 crore, military said.

The family perceived several calls from a siblings on Aug 3, between 8 and 11 pm, repeating a direct following that their uncle lodged a censure with Dombivali police.

Family members also got in hold with a Indian Embassy in Malaysia and a censure was lodged with a southeast Asian country’s military as well, an official, quoting a FIR, had said.

In a twitter on Tuesday, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said, “I am happy to surprise that with a efforts of the High Commissioner Mridul Kumar and his team, Malaysian Police has cumulative recover of both Indian nationals on 6th Aug 2018.”

Article source: https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/businessman-brothers-kidnapped-in-malaysia-rescued-police-1896912

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