3 convicted in Adobe CEO's Son Kidnapping case

A Noida court Saturday convicted three people for kidnapping Anant Gupta, the son of Adobe CEO Naresh Chand Gupta, in 2006 while acquitting four others. Sentences will be announced Monday. Special Judge N.K. Srivastava held Chhatrapal alias Dev alias Chuttan, Pawan and Jitendra guilty under sections 364A (kidnapping for ransom), 368(wrongfully concealing or keeping in confinement a kidnapped or abducted person), and 120B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code.
Four other accused – Ram Dayal, Santosh, Veer Singh and Sunil Kumar – were let off for lack of evidence against them. All the three convicts are currently in the Dasna Jail. The Adobe CEO’s son was kidnapped Nov 13, 2006, when a maid, Seema, was taking him to the spot where his school bus usually picked him up.


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