You don't know who is your enemyEveryday we hear or read news of rape, murder, theft, looting and kidnapping. In some cases perpetrators are close relatives. I read a news which shocked everybody. A boy was kidnapped. Parents reported to police station. Police put their mobile on surveillance to trace the number of culprits if they make any call for ransom-money. Parents were worried for the safety of their only son. But kidnappers didnot make any call. His relatives and friends were consoling them that their son would return soon safely. But they have lost peace of mind. One day they received a letter from the gang, in which ransom of 50 lac rupees was demanded.They immediately informed the police. Police asked them to arrange this amount. It was not a big amount for them. Then another letter came in which date and place of delivery was mentioned. Police, in civil dress, cardoned off the area where the money was to be delivered to kidnappers. But nobody came. Then another letter they received after two days which warned them not to inform to police again as they did last time. Parents were sacred. They were in dilemma whether or not they should inform police. The father shared this warning with his close relatives and friends who advised him to inform the police but his elder brother advised him not to inform police lest they should kill the son as Rs 50 lac was not a big amount in return of the son. But all of them pressurised the father to apprise the police about this warning , therefore, he informed the police. But after it no information came from kidnappers. After some time police found dead body of his son lying in bushes along the road. Parents had lost their world. All their happiness had disappeared somewhere.
Police started investigation. After a few days police caught the culprit. He was none but uncle of the boy.