Day after the restoration of over 13 kilograms of gold and money value greater than Rs eight crore and arrest of six folks from Noida, the proprietor of the flat the place the heist happened has been recognized, the Noida police mentioned on Sunday. The flat within the Silver City society of Greater Noida had been rented by Kislay Panday, who claims to be a Supreme Court lawyer, the police mentioned, accusing him of getting a “fake” regulation diploma. He rented the flat underneath another person’s identify, they mentioned.
Mr Panday, who describes himself on Twitter as a solicitor on the Supreme Court, has denied all of the allegations towards him. “Neither the flat nor the recovered valuables are mine,” he advised NDTV.
The accused, throughout interrogation, revealed that round 40 kg of gold and Rs 6.50 crore was stolen from the flat.
There are many dishonest instances value crores of rupees registered towards Kislay Panday in Delhi and its neighbouring areas. Housing finance and shopper finance firm Indiabulls had additionally filed a case towards him, the police mentioned.
“Those cases are from 18-19 years ago, that is a different matter,” Mr Panday mentioned whereas responding to the costs.
He has additionally issued a press release on Twitter, saying that he’s cooperating within the investigation. “It is definitely a deliberate and concocted smear campaign against me by the accused scamsters who have eaten the public money on the largest possible scales,” he mentioned.
“I will double my efforts for the justice to the people of this country,” learn Mr Panday’s assertion.
— DR. KISLAY PANDAY (@kislaypanday) June 13, 2021
The theft was dedicated in September final yr, however just a few days in the past, a battle broke out between the gang members over the distribution of gold and the matter reached the police and all of the six accused have been caught from Noida.
The “mastermind” of the theft, Mr Panday’s caretaker – Gopal – and his driver, who knowledgeable in regards to the valuables, are lacking, the police mentioned.