TV reporter poses as sex client, traps 2 women, then calls police
In his statement Rakesh said, “When I was walking into the apartment (complex) with my cameraman, she waved at me and signalled me. We went inside her flat and the woman told us her name. Later she brought another woman and she told us her name. There was another girl whose name I do not know.”
The woman allegedly told Rakesh he would have to pay Rs 2,500 for the girl. However, they told the woman they were carrying Rs 700 in cash and would need to withdraw more money from an ATM.
“We got out on the pretext of withdrawing money from the ATM. Later my crew, along with our woman colleague, entered the house and told her that we had captured the entire conversation on our hidden cameras,” Rakesh told police.
In his complaint he also said while they were trying to inform the police, one of the girls escaped. “Police have recovered the notes on which I have signed my name. The note was recovered from the possession of the woman,” reads Rakesh’s statement to police.
A2Z News declined comment on the role of its crew in the arrest of the women.
NDTV reporter assaulted by stringer
New Delhi: A crime reporter working with NDTV news channel was allegedly held captive and assaulted by the a stringer for the company in Najafgarh, Southwest Delhi.
Mukesh Senger told police that he was