New Delhi: Delhi police are being praised for doing an exceptional job for cracking the burglary at Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi’s home within days. Within a few days time the police recovered Kailash Satyarthi’s Nobel Prize Replica giving a big boost to the Delhi Police’s image in the eyes of the common people.
Kailash Satyarthi’s Nobel Prize Replica was stolen on February 7 from his home in an upscale South Delhi locality. It was a shock that can be unnerving for many. The replica was not the only thing stolen from the child rights activist’s home. He says that many important papers too were stolen from his home. It is yet to be revealed as to whether those papers have been recovered or not.
Nobel laureate, merely a few days ago, had complained of a theft in his Alaknanda home. He reported the theft of Nobel citation, replica of the medallion besides other valuable items. Many people thought that Satyarthi had lost them forever.
But the Delhi police seem to have amazed everyone with the great job by cracking the robbery within just two days and recovering several stolen items from his home. “The replica of the Nobel Peace Prize, some jewellery, a laptop and some other valuables were recovered from the possession of the accused arrested last night (Saturday night),” Romil Baaniya, Deputy Commissioner of Police (South-East), told the media.
Reports suggest that the thieves were three brothers. All the thee were arrested from their hideouts at different locations in Delhi, the police said. Satyarthi was jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize with Pakistani child rights activist Malala Yousufzai in the year 2014. The original Nobel medallion awarded to Mr Satyarthi is kept at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi as he dedicated the prize to the country. The theft had created ripples across the town.