Govt officer’s house in Ahmedabad robbed, 2 held hostage at gunpoint

Three men broke into the home of a government official in a luxury community in Baldi district of Ahmedabad, took her house and maid hostage at gunpoint, and stole 1.6 INR in cash and valuables on Wednesday afternoon.

According to the police, the accident occurred at the home of Alpana Dani, Electricity Inspector of Ahmedabad, Department of Energy and Petrochemicals of Gujarat State Government, in Nutan community around 3pm on Wednesday.

On Wednesday, Danny said in her police complaint that her husband and daughter left for their jobs early in the morning. In the afternoon, Dani went to a beauty salon while her chef Rakhi Shah and housemaid Hina Vajila were at her home.

At about three in the evening, when I got home, I saw the main door locked from the inside. When I knocked on the door, I heard shouts of “bachao, bachao (help)” and then three masked men came out from the main door and started running toward a motorbike parked on the side of the road,” Danny told the police. “Out of the three men, one threatened me with a pistol and they all ran away. Hina told me they were working in the kitchen when the men entered through the side kitchen door and held them at gunpoint. “They then ransacked the house, plundered cash and valuables worth Rs 1.6 lakh,” Danny said in her police complaint.

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Inform a senior official at Baldi Police Station Indian Express The FIR under Sections 392 (burglary) and 452 (trespassing) of the Indian Penal Code and sections of the Weapons Act has been filed against unknown persons but no arrests have been made so far.

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