A 19-year-old engineering pupil of a non-public school in Ghaziabad is scuffling with for day at a non-public clinic next she fell off a dashing auto generation resisting a snatching bid via two males on a motorbike who made off together with her cell phone on Friday afternoon on Nationwide Freeway 9 (NH-9) similar Masuri.
The police recognized the injured girl as Kirti Singh, a resident of Hapur, a primary 12 months engineering pupil at a faculty similar Crossings Republik similar NH-9. The police have registered a case of theft below Indian Penal Code Division 392 at Masuri police station.
Singh’s community individuals mentioned she hailed an auto from out of doors her school at the side of her pal, Diksha Jindal.When the automobile were given directly to a flyover on NH-9 similar Masuri, when two males on a motorbike stuck up with their auto and attempted to seize Singh’s telephone.
Ankit Singh, the sufferer’s brother, mentioned, “My sister was seated at the left end of the auto. Two men on a motorcycle caught hold of her hand in order to snatch her phone. My sister did not let go and fell out of the auto and suffered severe injuries. Her friend then took her to a medical college in Hapur. Her condition is serious; she suffered head fractures.”.
The police mentioned the injured used to be referred from Hapur clinic to a multi-specialty clinic in Ghaziabad on Friday evening.
“The injured student was brought to the hospital on Friday night. Our team of doctors performed a surgery on her to remove a clot in the brain. Her condition is serious and she is in the intensive care unit. We will wait for 72 hours to see how she fares,” mentioned Dr Sangeeta Garg, eminent clinical superintendent of Yashoda Medical institution in Ghaziabad.
The police mentioned the community knowledgeable them in regards to the incident overdue Friday evening and the police in an instant registered an FIR.
Overdue Saturday night, the police arrested the top suspect in a shootout. “A police team was conducting a routine check near Govindpuram and spotted a bike with two riders. When we asked them to stop, they started to flee and opened fire at us. We opened retaliatory fire and one of them, identified as Balbir Kumar alias Bobil, received a bullet injury to his leg and fell from the bike. When questioned, he told us that he and his accomplice had snatched the mobile phone of a woman in an auto, after which she had fallen down on the road,” mentioned Naresh Kumar, worker commissioner of police (Masuri).
Balbir’s associate used to be recognized as Jitendra Kumar. “We will arrested him soon. The stolen mobile phone of Singh was also recovered from Balbir,” ACP Kumar added.