Six undertrials lodged on the COVID-19 isolation ward of a juvenile residence in Noida escaped from the ability however had been arrested once more inside 48 hours, police stated on Sunday.
The juveniles had been delivered to the ability not too long ago and had been lodged on the isolation centre in view of the COVID-19 outbreak. They escaped on the intervening evening of Friday and Saturday, the police stated.
As a precautionary measure, all new inmates delivered to the juvenile residence are lodged on the isolation ward, which has been arrange throughout the campus, for some days, in keeping with officers.
The juveniles had “folded the iron sheet of a gate” to sneak out of the ability, situated in Part 2 police station space, the officers stated.
“Three of them had been held very quickly. Of the three who did handle to flee, two have been apprehended and one was nonetheless on the run,” Further Deputy Commissioner of Police, Central Noida, Ankur Aggarwal had stated earlier.
Afterward Sunday evening, the district police stated, “The final juvenile has additionally been arrested.”
The three undertrials who had escaped are aged between 15 and 17. They had been delivered to the juvenile residence on July 29.
One among them was arrested on Saturday evening close to the NSEZ metro station, the second was held on Sunday from Bhangel village and the third was caught close to Kulesara village on Sunday evening, the officers stated.
“An FIR has been registered towards the minors who had escaped from the juvenile residence and additional proceedings are underway,” Aggarwal stated.
The FIR was lodged below sections 223 (escape from confinement or custody) and 224 (resistance or obstruction by an individual to his lawful apprehension) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) after a grievance was acquired from the superintendent of the juvenile residence, the police stated.