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MBA students among four accused for Gurgaon looting

Four students, including two pursuing MBA and one studying in the United States, were arrested in Gurgaon for looting Rs 1.2 lakh from a Delhi money exchange agent, police said today

gurgaon Updated: Apr 08, 2013 19:58 IST

Four students, including two pursuing MBA and one studying in the United States, were arrested in Gurgaon for looting Rs 1.2 lakh from a Delhi money exchange agent, police said on Monday.

Karanvir Singh, studying architecture in the US, and Aditya Varn Kapoor, Ritvik Sharma and Sumrin Dixit, all belonging to rich families here, were arrested Sunday for looting Rs 1.2 lakh from Rahul Bhardwaj.

The police have recovered Rs 1.12 lakh from the four accused.

Bhardwaj works for a money exchange firm in Delhi's Uttam Nagar area. The four called Rahul to exchange $2000 in a park of Suncity here April 4 and looted Rs 1.2 lakh from him, police said.

Aditya Varn Kapoor and Sumrin Dixit are doing master of business administration (MBA) course from a college in the national capital region (NCR).

Karanvir had earlier also exchanged dollars from Rahul.