Gurgaon police probe ‘kidnapping’ of JMD group managing director Sunil Bedi
He is said to have returned home a few hours later and police said the family has not filed a complaint so far.
But Bedi’s driver told police that four armed men forced Bedi into his Audi as he left his office in Pearl Court on Old Mehrauli Road near Sector-14 around 4 pm. He had emerged from a two-hour meeting with his employees.
The driver said he was dumped outside the Defence Services Officers’ Institute (DSOI) club in Dhaula Kuan and the men drove away with Bedi in the car.
“They forced Bedi and his driver into his Audi. They dumped the driver outside DSOI and sped away with Bedi,” the officer said.
However, around 6.30 pm, Bedi returned to his home in Greater Kailash, South Delhi, in his car. By then, Gurgaon police had reached his home.
Bedi reportedly told police that he had not been abducted. Rather, he had gone out with a few of his friends.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (West Gurgaon) Surinder Pal Singh told Newsline, “Police control room received a call that an Audi had been stolen. However, when we reached the JMD director’s home, Sunil Bedi and his son, Karan, were already there. We have received no complaint from him, but are investigating the matter.”
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