After PM Modi's niece, Damayanti Ben Modi, was robbed in Delhi's Civil Lines, it was reported that around 700 policemen were deployed by the Delhi Police to nab the culprits.
After further enquiries, the police arrested 21-year-old Gaurav, alias Nonu, from Sonipat. The other man involved in the robbery, Badal, was later arrested from Sultanpuri.
Where the police worked hard to find those responsible for looting PM Modi's niece, citizens took to Twitter to ask whether the same will be done if a common person suffers from something similar.
If the snatcher has snatched the belongings from (PM)Modi's niece, 700 policemen solve the problem in 24 hours and send the snatchers to jail. If similar problem would be happened with Coman people, they could not solved it in 700 days. My India is great— M P S Solanki (@MPSSolanki1) October 14, 2019
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So finally, ₹56000 of PM's niece were recovered using a force of 700 policemen.— Kᴀsʜᴍɪʀɪ Pre💤 Verde ℠ (@PresidentVerde) October 14, 2019
Well, that works out to ₹80 per policeman. Not bad at all. pic.twitter.com/FlvqVjRizu
Good job Delhi police in deputing 700 policemen to catch hold of snatcher who took PM's niece purse, if similar efficiency is provided to all citizens no thief can dare to do any unlawful activity.— Sandeep Kothari (@KothariSandeep) October 14, 2019
This is called democracy murders rapist robbers are not arrested like this if any common people was suffered but this belongs to pm so 700 policemen performing ?— Tufail Ahemad (@TufailAhemad8) October 14, 2019
But 700 policemen used by @DelhiPolice , Will it be done for common man— rajivgoyal (@rajivgoyal) October 14, 2019
Police arrests the 2 snatchers involved in PM Modi's niece's case. Great job by the policy-within a day arresting them. Why can't they do it for thousands of similar cases for ordinary people. THAT would reduced the crime rate to start with.— Subhash Arora (@SubhashArora8) October 14, 2019
Delhi police found purse of Modi's niece within hours.— Md Asif Khan آصِف (@imMAK02) October 14, 2019
But same Delhi Police failed to locate Najeeb Ahmad.
Both CBI and Delhi Police failed to catch culprits . #WhereIsNajeeb ?????
Join his mother Tomorrow, 3 pm, at Jantar Mantar https://t.co/sZiPqzrvrB
700 policemen for a normal person hats off to govt— Pornima (@eqljustice) October 14, 2019
Once her assets are recovered, pls publish that too since common man never gets his assets back die to efficient and honest police system we have— kunal mahajan (@mahajankunal1) October 12, 2019
Very well done #DelhiPolice. Every snatcher in india could be identified and found, if police has the same zeal everytime as this time.#Crime— Nitya Jain (@nityajain08) October 13, 2019
Delhi: One arrested for snatching handbag of PM Modi’s niece near Civil Lines https://t.co/5nhCQnUwMO
Mr. Arvind Kumar 9868812108 assigned as Investing officer on Dated 11th October for my FIR ND-SB-000617/2019, Not sure what is the progress but this issue solved in 1 day— SOumen BOse (@bosesoumen) October 14, 2019
"21-year-old man arrested for snatching handbag of PM Narendra Modi’s niece" how about us ?
While we're unsure whether PM Modi actually knew about the incident but it seems the police worked proactively to nab the culprits in this particular case.