NRI drugged, robbed on train
Khandwa (MP): A non-resident Indian was drugged and looted on Karnataka Express, Police said on Tuesday.
US-based Dr Deepak Kamat, the victim, has registered a complaint with the Government Railway Police here stating that he was drugged and looted of belongings worth Rs 3 lakh.
Three people claiming to be IIT students from Bangalore befriended Dr Kamat who was travelling in an AC-2 compartment of Karnataka Express (Delhi to Bangalore) and gave him some food laced with drugs last night, GRP sources said.
After Dr Kamat fell unconscious, the accused fled with his bag containing a laptop, two mobile phones, USD 6000 cash, credit cards and a gold chain.
The incident took place near Agra, while Dr Kamat regained consciousness before reaching here.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Watch: PM Narendra Modi addressing rally in Imphal
- Will Shiv Sena join hands with Congress to stop BJP from entering BMC?
- Coimbatore: PM Narendra Modi unveils 112-foot tall bust of Lord Shiva
- Panel discussion on Farooq Abdullah's remark on terrorists
- DNA: Why depression cases are increasing rapidly in India?
- WATCH: Kieron Pollard's epic celebration after destroying Lahore Qalandars in Dubai
- Ind vs Aus: Mohammed Azharuddin says Jayant Yadav and Ishant Sharma should be replaced in next Test
- Indian doctor rescued from ISIS recounts horror, says 'they forced me to watch videos, shot me thrice'
- Mitchell Johnson takes a dig at Anil Kumble over calling Steve O'Keefe 'steady'
- India vs Australia, 1st Test, Day 3: As it happened...