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The Geeta and Sanjay Chopra kidnapping case also known as the Ranga-Billa case  was a kidnapping and murder crime in New Delhi in The children were kidnapped for ransom , but on learning their father was a naval officer, both were killed. Geeta was allegedly raped before being murdered, but forensic evidence could not confirm it. The kidnappers had initially admitted to raping her, but later retracted the statement.
The two kidnappers were convicted and sentenced to death. The execution was carried out in The case was also shown on TV series Bhanwar which was based on real life court cases. Her brother, Sanjay, was year-old student in the 10th standard of the Modern School.
They lived in the Officer's Enclave in Dhaula Kuan. Their father was supposed to pick them up outside the All India Radio after programme at 9 pm. The siblings left their house at pm. A man, Kula Nand saw them at the roundabout at Dhaula Kuan. A man named M. He heard noises coming from the car, so he stopped his scooter and approached.
He saw a girl pulling the hair of the driver and a boy fighting the passenger by the driver. Dass could not stop the car and it sped away towards Willingdon Hospital. Several other people had tried to stop the car. One man named Babu Lal, dropped his bicycle and tried to grab the door handle of the car, but failed. Dass reported this to the police. At pm, he called the police control room and told them the license number of the car as HRK , but it was noted by the operator as MRK Dass also reported that the girl was shouting for help.
Inderjeet Singh, a junior engineer in the Delhi Development Authority returning home from work on his scooter , saw the car on Baba Kharak Singh Marg near the casualty block of the Willingdon Hospital.
He noticed a girl and a boy sitting in the rear struggling with the driver and another man. He drove up and lined up with the running car. The boy showed his bleeding shoulder to Inderjeet Singh and waved his hands at him pleading for help. Inderjeet followed the car onto Shankar road. But he lost car when it jumped a red light at a traffic crossing at pm. Inderjeet noted the correct number of the car and reported it to the Rajendra Nagar, Delhi.
At 8 pm, their parents tuned in the radio to listen to their programme but another girl had been given the slot. The parents assumed that they had tuned to the wrong station or the programme was cancelled. Their father took his scooter from home at pm to reach the radio office. He did not find his children at the appointed place.
On being asked, he was told at the office, the children did not arrive. The father called home to ask if the children had reached home; their mother replied in negative. Their father returned home and called his relatives and friends to ask if the children were with them.
At pm, the kidnappers had gone to the Willingdon Hospital for a car with the number DHI , as one of them, Billa, had acquired a cut injury on his head.
The hospital had taken a skiagraph of his skull. One of them left a fingerprint on the skiagraph, which matched perfectly with the culprit, after he was apprehended. On being asked, they gave the doctors false names and said they were hurt by some thieves. The constable on duty at the hospital, Ranbir Singh, took their statement in which they said they were attacked near Kali mandir on Bangla Sahib road, their watch was stolen, and the injury was from an iron rod.
Ranbir Singh informed the Mandir Marg police station. At pm, two policemen dispatched from the Mandir Marg station to further question them arrived at the hospital. At pm, the two decided to leave against doctor's advice. The two policemen, Sub-Inspector Ram Chander and Constable Harish Ram, asked them to accompany them to the spot where they were supposedly robbed. They took them to the spot in their car. Chander failed to find signs of struggle. They asked the duo to take them back to the station.
At am, they left the station, but they were asked to report again in the morning. When they did not, Chander went to their addresses, but found them to be false. Chander inquired with the Regional Transport Office and found the vehicle number belonged to a scooter. The police control room forwarded the report from Dass to Mandir Marg police station.
The report was given to sub-inspector Om Prakash at pm. He went to the Gole Dak Khana to search for witnesses but could not find any. He returned to the station at pm.
Inderjeet's report had invoked no response. At pm, the father called the police and gave them the descriptions of the children. The father searched places where the children might have possibly gone to, including the Willingdon Hospital and returned home at pm. The bodies were discovered by a cowherd , Dhani Ram, grazing his cows in Delhi Ridge on 28 August , at 6 pm. The cowherd reported the bodies to a patrolling constable, Rohtas Singh, at am.
Sub-inspector Hari Chand was sent to the site. The parents were called to the site the identify the bodies. They identified them as their children. The autopsy was conducted by the police surgeon, Bharat Singh, on 29 August.
He found the bodies to be in an advanced stage of decomposition. He could not establish sexual assault of the girl due to the decomposition.
He found multiple stab wounds and a broken jaw on the girl. He confirmed multiple stab wounds on the boy. The father decided to go to the media. Some newspapers carried photographs. On seeing such a newspaper, M. Nanda came and gave his statement.
The police in course of their investigation suspected the duo to be involved. They released the photos to the press and reward was announced.
The Mumbai Police was informed. A car had been reported missing of the same make, but number DEA , so the police called the owner Ashok Sharma. The car had been stolen from outside the Ashoka Hotel within six weeks of its purchase. Sharma was able to open the car with his keys. The stereo and speakers were missing. The car's white grille had been replaced with black one. Two witnesses who lived in the area later said they had seen a man driving the car and he had asked them for directions.
The car was examined by investigators from the Central Forensic Science Laboratory. Several fingerprints were obtained from the car. A cigarette butt and hair samples were found and taken. Bloodstains were discovered. In the lab, it was later found that one of the plate originally had the number DHI but it had been painted over. Similarly, another number DHD was found.
Some soil samples taken from the floor mat matched the soil samples from the site where the bodies were found. The story got much media attention in India. Prime Minister Morarji Desai took personal interest in the case. They lost the subsequent election. The kidnappers were arrested on a train a few weeks later on 8 September On that day, the two kidnappers boarded the Kalka Mail when it had slowed near the Yamuna river bridge near Agra.
The compartment they entered was reserved for military personnel, so they were asked to show their identity cards. They started a scuffle with the army-men and were suppressed. Lance Naik A. Shetty recognised them from a newspaper picture. On 9 September , they were handed over to Inspector V. Gupta, at the New Delhi railway station. They were held in separate non-adjoining cells.
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