Thane crime branch rescued a two-month-old boy of a homeless woman from Nashik on Monday after he was abducted from CSMT. The police also arrested the 35-year-old woman kidnapper.
According to Mumbai Mirror, the kidnapper was identified as Neelam Sanjay Bora, a resident of Nashik. The cops have said that she kidnapped the two-month-old as she was upset over not having a child of her own after 10 years of marriage. The accused arrived at CSMT last month to execute her plan and found a target in Sunita Saund, 39, a labourer from Kalwa.
In February, pregnant Sunita Saund was abandoned at St George’s Hospital in Fort by her husband. Saund stayed in the hospital for a month and after a month she befriended a woman named Nanda. Later, Saund moved into Nanda’s shanty near CSMT but the shanty was demolished days later, which forced the two women to stay on station’s platform on March 25. On the same day, Bora befriended the two women and began staying with them.
On March 29, Saund went to the restroom and left her son with Nanda who was sleeping. That is when Bora saw an opportunity and fled with the child. CCTV cameras on the station caught her with a child in her arms. Bora was aware that police would go after her and to evade getting caught she kept on moving from places. Bora from CSMT went to Mulund first, then to Kalyan, then to Shirdi, then her inlaws’ house in Madhya Pradesh and finally returned to Nashik. But despite her efforts, she was caught by Thane crime branch in Shraddha Park area of Ramwadi in Nashik.