Crime Patrol Synopsis

Crime Patrol Synopsis

Friday, October 11, 2013:

Abbas, a garment store owner in Delhi, leaves on the morning of 27th August, 2013, as usual. His wife, Nupur and 3 year old son Raju are at home. Their maid Vandana, comes home at her regular time. And at 11.20 two men come knocking on the door. At 11.45, the maid Vandana calls Abbas frantically asking him to come home. Abbas rushing home to find his wife Nupur murdered, Vandana in shock and his son Raju missing. The police arrive on the scene. Abbas is not in a condition to speak. From Vandana, the police gather that the two men who came at 11.20, held Vandana at knife point and then one of them barged into the room of Nupur where she was with Raju. All that Vandana knows is that..the second man then came out with Raju wrapped in a bedsheet, having ransacked the cupboard of its jewelery and cash. Then the two men, took out all the mobile phones kept in the front room desk and left telling Vandana to communicate to Abbas, that if he wants Raju back he will have to keep 25 lakhs ready. The police are baffled. A broad daylight murder yet none of the neighbors didn€™t hear any shrieks. No one saw the two men leave with Raju. Nupur’s body is sent for post mortem which reveals that she was strangulated to death and then stabbed and injected with poison. There are also traces of chlorofoam found in her which draws the police to believe that she could have been strangulated after being subjected to chlorofoam inhalation and the same could have been done with Raju, because of which neither Nupur screamed or struggled nor Raju. Abbas finally speaks at the police station though he is grief stricken and is not able to give any lead. The numerous mobile phones at his house is revealed to be the second hand mobile phones that Abbas had in his possession after shutting down his mobile repair shop four months back. The kidnappers have asked for 25 lakhs, would Abbas have such kind of money. Abbas reveals that four months back he had 45 lakhs with which he started his garment store. The 45 lakhs was given to him by his father in law, Nupur’s father. From the neighbors the police learn that Nupur’s father, Pankaj Jha and mother Gayatri Jha, visited the couple regularly. Not the same case with Abbas’s father. The neighbors reveal that it’s only after some time that the neighbors learnt that Nupur and Abbas’s marriage was a love affair and an inter religion marriage. Does this past of their lives have anything to do with the killing and Raju’s abduction? Abbas, while at the police station receives a call on his cell and to his shock the name flashing is that of Nupur. The call is from one of the abductors who again demands 25 lakhs ransom for Raju. The abductor has in his possession Nupur’s phone. The police suspect some internal play in this crime. Vandana, the maid is thoroughly interrogated and kept on surveillance. Even Abbas is looked at as a suspect. But as the police dig Abbas and Nupur’s past, they learn that theirs is a love affair that had the sanction of both the families. Abbas’s father Rasool Mohammed and Nupur’s father Pankaj Jha, belong to Dhanbad and have been friends and partners in work for years. Nupur and Abbas know each other since childhood. When their childhood friendship grew into love, the families were worried. They didn’t belong to the same religion and it would not be accepted in society. Nupur and Abbas accepted their parents decision and did not revolt. They moved on with life, remaining friends, pledging they will never marry anyone else. Finally a few years later, Abbas and Nupur’s family relented, realizing their children have a right to their happiness. The police are baffled. There is nothing that is showing any internal involvement in the crime, though there is no evidence of it being a stray robbery case either. The way Nupur was killed, looks like the intent was that of killing her. And why was Vandana, the maid spared? An informer brings in the most vital clue to the case. The presence of a third person in the crime. The sketches of the two culprits are recognized by a carpenter who had accidentally bumped into them. As per him, there was a third person also, wearing a helmet and all three were on a bike. From the carpenter the lead reaches a pan wala three lanes away from Abbas’s house who has a clue as to who the third man is. Who is the third man involved in the crime? The paanwala identifies the third man as Shivraj who was a worker at Abbas’s shop. Where was Raju, the child? An ex-employee of Abbas, Shivraj was spotted along with the two other culprits who killed Nupur and left with the child. How was he involved? What was the crime all about? The investigations was not throwing up a single clue about Raju’s whereabouts nor anything about the motive of the crime and who were all involved in it? The jigsaw puzzle was getting more and more intricate. Was it purely greed that was the motive behind this crime? Would that drive a person to kill an innocent woman? And that too with a clear intent where she was strangulated then stabbed and then injected with poisonous substance to ensure she doesn’t survive? Shivraj was finally caught by the police and he confessed to the crime. Shivraj dodnt like that fact that Abbas had decided to shut shop and leave him without a job. Accoding to him, Abbas could’ve offered him a job in his new business venture but he didn’t. Without a job, Shivraj felt neglected and betrayed and he blamed it all on Abbas. Frustrated, he hatched a plan to ransack Ababs’s house that day and after having looted the money and jewelery, Abbas’s wife became the victim of their greed and ended up getting killed. The three accused are currently in judicial custody. The police is in the process of filing the charge sheet. Was Shivraj’s anger with Abbas justified? And even if he was frustrated not getting a job what was he to gain killing an innocent woman? Was the child responsible in any way for what his anger with Abbas was for?

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Sunday, September 22, 2013:

This episode is the second and conclusive episode of two-episode chronicle of the recent `much in debate€™ Delhi Gangrape case in Delhi.

The victim Suhasi (23) was raped and assaulted by the six men in a moving bus and little did the police realize that they were dealing with an incident that was going to snowball into a modern day revolution that will force both the government and society to realize enougt is enough.. ..

Ever since the admission in the hospital Suhasi’s condition was deteriorating with every passing minute but she was conscious and providing details as to what happened to her amidst multiple operations being performed on her.

In the meanwhile the bus driver and one of the main culprits Mohan Singh was arrested and other members of his gang were to follow suit soon. But the most important development was that the anger among youth of India, as the news of this ghastly crime was slowly spreading all over, was silently but decisively brewing.

The plight of Suhasi had touched every heart as if the gore of the crime roused anger inside everyone. Sensing the pulse of the people, political leaders began rushing to the hospital to offer their token of concern and a promise of justice. But this time the anger of the people was beyond the imagination of any politician. Without any prejudiced thoughts or any political agenda the youth of the country was just not ready to tolerate no more apathy and indifference from the establishment. Their anger soon galvanized into an full-blown impromptu movement undeterred of police barricades, teargas shells, water canon or police lathi-charge

By the evening of 21st December, 2012, four days after the ghastly crime, all the six culprits were in police custody but the flip side was that the innocent victim Suhasi was losing the battling for her life. She had suffered a cardiac arrest and was on life support. Her deteriorating condition couple with the pressure mounted by protestors, forced the Government to airlift her to a Hospital in Singapore for specialized treatment but she couldn’t sustained her brave battle and died on December 29, 13 days after the assault.

The movement that began with the plight of Suhasi is still on even after her death and her sacrifice is expected to bring a watershed change in our approach to safeguard our sisters against crimes as heinous as rape and stringent punishment possibly a death penalty to those who bring humanity to shame.



Saturday, September 21, 2013:

This episode is the first of two-episode chronicle of the recent `much in debate€™ Delhi Gangrape case in Delhi.

The shameful and damning incident occurred on the fateful night of 16th of December 2012 when the victim Suhasi (23) boarded a private bus (that otherwise ferries school children) on her way home to Munirka along with her boyfriend nilesh, unaware that six drunkards, perverts were waiting for a prey inside.

These men including the driver Mohan Singh, his brother Manoj Singh, their friends, Ravi Kaushik, Hansraj Malik, Govind Singh and Chhotu first began to pass lewd remarks at the sole passenger couple Suhasi and nilesh the moment the bus left Munirka. nilesh reacted as expected and this gave the men a chance to get physical with nilesh and soon they beat and bundled him up at one corner of the bus and and pounced on Suhasi like savages.

All this was happening in the moving bus with tinted fglass and its curtains closed and lights off and a defiant Suhasi resisting the brutes as long as she could. Enraged with her resistance the six men take out their vengeance on her. They first took turns to rape her and then beat and shoved her with iron rods. in the most unthinkable, unimaginable, indescribable manner.

The six men after having satiated their savage thirst threw off nilesh and Suhasi near the Mahipalpur flyover and drive off. At 11.30 pm, 2 hours after they boarded the bus, badly injured Suhasi and nilesh were spotted by two passersby, who informed the nearest PCR Van, who eventually sent them to the Safdarjung Hospital.

The Vasant Vihar police in the meanwhile set off to find the assailants and the bus on the basis of the description given by nilesh. The investigating police also gathered information from a carpenter Rakesh Dhawan who was assaulted and looted by those six men who later raped Suhasi in the same.

Little did the police realize at that time that they were dealing with an incident that was going to snowball into a modern day revolution that will force both the government and society to realize enough is enough?

Thursday, April 08, 2010:

Crime Patrol will present crime against women, senior citizens and children and will go one step ahead to deal with the 'HOW's' and 'WHY's' of the crimes. Crime Patrol will not sensationalize crimes but will present it in a simple story format. All the cases will be real cases with real people and will take the viewers to the actual place of crime.

Thursday, April 08, 2010:

Crime Patrol will present crime against women, senior citizens and children and will go one step ahead to deal with the 'HOW's' and 'WHY's' of the crimes. Crime Patrol will not sensationalize crimes but will present it in a simple story format. All the cases will be real cases with real people and will take the viewers to the actual place of crime.

Thursday, April 08, 2010:

Crime Patrol will present crime against women, senior citizens and children and will go one step ahead to deal with the 'HOW's' and 'WHY's' of the crimes. Crime Patrol will not sensationalize crimes but will present it in a simple story format. All the cases will be real cases with real people and will take the viewers to the actual place of crime.

Thursday, April 01, 2010:

Crime Patrol will present crime against women, senior citizens and children and will go one step ahead to deal with the 'HOW's' and 'WHY's' of the crimes. Crime Patrol will not sensationalize crimes but will present it in a simple story format. All the cases will be real cases with real people and will take the viewers to the actual place of crime.

Thursday, March 25, 2010:

Crime Patrol will present crime against women, senior citizens and children and will go one step ahead to deal with the 'HOW's' and 'WHY's' of the crimes. Crime Patrol will not sensationalize crimes but will present it in a simple story format. All the cases will be real cases with real people and will take the viewers to the actual place of crime.

Thursday, March 18, 2010:

Crime Patrol will present crime against women, senior citizens and children and will go one step ahead to deal with the 'HOW's' and 'WHY's' of the crimes. Crime Patrol will not sensationalize crimes but will present it in a simple story format. All the cases will be real cases with real people and will take the viewers to the actual place of crime.

Thursday, March 04, 2010:

Crime Patrol will present crime against women, senior citizens and children and will go one step ahead to deal with the 'HOW's' and 'WHY's' of the crimes. Crime Patrol will not sensationalize crimes but will present it in a simple story format. All the cases will be real cases with real people and will take the viewers to the actual place of crime.

Monday, February 22, 2010:

This Monday, watch the Special episode of Crime Patrol which is a heart wrenching tale of a police operation that lasted for 10 hours and which included around 300 policemen who followed every lead to nab the kidnapper from Dombivli to Thane tracing the kidnapper's calls. The kidnapper kept changing his plans to collect the ransom amount while the boy's father obediently followed all instructions.

Thursday, February 18, 2010:

Catch a story of dowry case from Delhi and another case where a girl alleges of being raped, but the medical reports are yet to confirm the same. Watch the turn of events in these two stories, exclusively on Crime Patrol on Thursday, February 18, 2010 at 8.30 P.M. only on Sony Entertainment Television.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010:

Crime Patrol presents crime against women, senior citizens and children and goes one step ahead to deal with the 'HOW's' and 'WHY's' of the crimes. Crime Patrol does not sensationalize crimes but presents it in a simple story format. All the cases are real with real people and will take the viewers to the actual place of crime.

Thursday, February 11, 2010:

Crime Patrol presents crime against women, senior citizens and children and goes one step ahead to deal with the 'HOW's' and 'WHY's' of the crimes. Crime Patrol does not sensationalize crimes but presents it in a simple story format. All the cases are real with real people and will take the viewers to the actual place of crime.

Tuesday, February 09, 2010:

Crime Patrol presents crime against women, senior citizens and children and goes one step ahead to deal with the 'HOW's' and 'WHY's' of the crimes. Crime Patrol does not sensationalize crimes but presents it in a simple story format. All the cases are real with real people and will take the viewers to the actual place of crime.

Thursday, February 04, 2010:

In tonight's episode of Crime Patrol watch how a woman is burnt alive. All this only on Crime Patrol, Thursday, February 4, 2010 at 8.30pm only on Sony Entertainment Television.

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