October 15, 2021

Family of youth killed in Jamaica seeks PMO’s help

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Summary: “While Dawani told us that Rakesh’s cellphone was robbed, it was actually with one of his roommates. Rakesh is believed to have given in to the demands of the gunmen and handed over his cellphone and cash. As the gunmen were leaving, Rakesh tried to nab them and got hit by three bullets on the chest. Rakesh Talreja (25) worked as a salesperson for Caribbean Jewellers in Kingston since October 2014. The family has now asked the PMO and Swaraj to intervene and provide them details of the case which is being handled by the Constant Spring police.

MUMBAI: The family of the Vasai youth who was shot dead by four unidentified gunmen in his room in Jamaica in an apparent robbery bid on February 9 has sought the help of the Prime Minister’s office to get information about the progress in the case. Rakesh Talreja (25) worked as a salesperson for Caribbean Jewellers in Kingston since October 2014. He sustained three bullet injuries on the chest.

His cellphone and cash were stolen by the shooters who are still at large.Rakesh’s elder brother Mahesh who has returned from South Africa where he works said that there are conflicting reports about how Rakesh was killed. He said that Rakesh’s employer Sunil Daswani had called his cousin Chandan Ahuja and informed him about the shootout at around 8.15 am on February 10. “While Dawani told us that Rakesh’s cellphone was robbed, it was actually with one of his roommates.

Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/family-of-youth-killed-in-jamaica-seeks-pmos-help/articleshow/57347696.cms

For more on this story go to: https://www.nyoooz.com/news/mumbai/743656/family-of-youth-killed-in-jamaica-seeks-pmos-help

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