“Stolen” Vehicle of JD (U) Neta’s Son Found in B’luru Workshop | Patna News
PATNA: The SUV of the son of a JD (U) leader allegedly stolen from his house in Mashrakh in Saran district has been recovered in Bangalore. The vehicle was in the possession of a doctor, who told police that the son of a BJP deputy from northern Bihar gave it to him for his periodic maintenance.
On August 22, Sanjay Kumar Singh, the son of JD (U) leader Kameshwar Singh, filed an FIR with Mashrakh police station alleging that his SUV with registration number BR04 PA 5356 had been stolen from his house. by Gopalwari. An FIR (440/2021) was filed and ASI Arun Prakash was appointed investigating officer (OI) in the case.
Interestingly, Sanjay filed the FIR four days after receiving a message on his cell phone on August 18 that his vehicle had been handed over for service at a workshop in Bengaluru. Sanjay mentioned it in the FIR. Subsequently, the Machrakh police accompanied by Sanjay reached Bengaluru, where the vehicle was recovered from the workshop on August 31.
Police from Vijay Nagar in Bengaluru picked up the doctor, who had taken the vehicle for servicing. “The doctor said the vehicle was given to him by his friend, who is the son of a BJP deputy from Bihar, for maintenance at an approved workshop,” Sanjay told TOI on Sunday.
ASI Arun told TOI that the stolen vehicle was brought to the Mashrakh police station on September 3 and was kept there. “I prayed in CJM court for the release of my vehicle,” Sanjay said.
The concerned MP could not be reached for his comment, despite repeated attempts on his two cell phone numbers.