Bandit Queen Phoolan Devis Kidnapper Arrested After 2 Decades

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Publish Date : 2022-06-27


Bandit Queen Phoolan Devis Kidnapper Arrested After 2 Decades

Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.

Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was living at an Ashram near Janki Kund in Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot in the guise of a Baba, working as a Sevadar at the Ashram, over the last two decades. The police recovered fake ID proofs made in the name of Brajmohan Das, a resident of Raghuraj Nagar jn Chitrakoot of Satna district.Bhopal: Sixty five-year-old Chheda Singh, who is believed to have been among the dacoits who kidnapped 'Bandit Queen' Phoolan Devi in 1980, has been arrested after a search spanning over two decades. Chheda Singh was arrested from his native Bhasaun village in Uttar Pradesh's Auraiya. He had a bounty of ₹ 50,000 on his head and had travelled to UP for a medical treatment. He was liv



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