Mumbai – Indradev Pandey
According to the Juhu police 74-year-old Praneeti Mehta had been staying alone since the past five years after her husband Jitendra Mehta passed away. Mehta had been on a lookout for a paying guest as she wanted company, “My aunt had never kept a paying guest without reference or police verification,” said Mehul Vohra, Mehta’s nephew who stays in Kandivali.
Pandarinath Wahval Senior Police Inspector Of Juhu Police Station
The FIR report filed the relatives of Mehta states that the woman identified as Manisha had been harassing Mehta since the past two months to allow her to stay as a paying guest but Mehta had been denying as she did not know Manisha, “Manisha had also approached Mehta’s neighbour to allow her to stay as a paying guest but they too had denied permission,” said Vohra.
On Sunday, When Manisha came to Mehta’s house, she cried and pleaded the elderly woman to allow her to stay as a paying guest as she did not have anywhere to go.
“My aunty had gone for a bath telling Manisha to sit in the living room and give her time to think. When my aunt left the room, Manisha entered the bedroom, opened the locker and robbed the jellwery and cash kept there.
When Mehta realised that she had been robbed, she approached the police and stated that cash and jwellery worth Rs six lakhs was stolen.
“When we calculated the robbed booty, we realised that it was worth Rs 50 lalkhs which my uncle had saved from his business,” added Vohra.
When contacted, Juhu police officers said that they have prepared a sketch of the woman and are trying to scan the CCTV of the building and nearby shops,” said a police office from Juhu police station. According To Senior Police Inspector. Of Pandarinath Wahval Spoke To Fight Against Criminal Journalist Said Our Investigation Is Going On And Soon We Will Solved The Case