Piramal Executive Rescued From Kidnappers In India
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Ashwini Bhatt, president of one of Nicholas Piramal's manufacturing plants, was rescued along with his driver eight days after being kidnapped by armed gangs. Police and Bhatt said no ransom was paid to the kidnappers who fled the scene as police arrived at a mud hut to find Bhatt and his driver tied up with ropes. Police said the kidnappers, believed to be members of separate gangs, have been identified and are being sought. (Click here for more
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