Indore, Naidunia Representative, Indore Crime News. The two accused fled with a camera-flash light hired for a pre-wedding shoot from a photo studio in Bhikangaon. The cost of the goods is being said to be Rs. On the complaint of Khargone resident photo studio operator, Chhoti Gwaltoli police has registered a case of dishonor in the trust. At present, the search is on for the accused.
According to Choti Gwaltoli police, Siddharth’s father Tarachand Dhangar (28), resident of Balaji Colony Bhikangaon, has a photo studio near the bus stand. Siddharth told that five months ago he had gone to shoot a pre-wedding at Narmada Valley Resort (Sailani Island). During that time I met Aniket’s father Vikramsinh Katiyar. With the job in the resort, he told me to be a photographer. The conversation started through mobile and internet media. Fifteen days back, I got a call from Aniket and said that I need items on rent for a pre wedding shoot. After three to four days, asked to send the goods to Indore. On this, I myself talked about bringing the goods to Indore, then he talked about canceling the photoshoot. On 20th September again Aniket called and sent me a Sony camera, three other cameras, two Sony lenses, one Flash Godex, 200 with soft box, one gimbal, one Canon camera, one Pantum, four Pro Plus drones. Told the rent of 45 thousand rupees. After the conversation, he asked to send the goods to Indore for 40 thousand rupees. I sent the goods along with my brother Shailendra.
Aniket took brother Shailendra to Mahavir Lodge. During that time, Saurabh, a friend of Aniket, was also present there. Shailendra was sent with Saurabh to feed him and Aniket stayed in shame on the pretext of seeing the goods. Saurabh reached the Annapurna restaurant with brother Shailendra. After a while Saurabh went towards the counter asking to pay the bill. When Saurabh did not come after waiting for some time, brother Shailendra got suspicious and immediately felt ashamed. There the manager told Aniket to checkout. After this, when contacted on his three numbers, the mobile was found switched off. According to Siddhartha, the cost of the goods is ten lakh rupees. Police registered a case under section 420-406.