Mittal said we are closing in on the accused and they might be arrested any time soon.
While talking to the media the woman said that she is a relative of the Prime Minister.
The victim told IANS: "I came to Delhi from Amritsar with family and was going to Gujarati Samaj Bhawan. As soon as the auto-rickshaw reached the gate of the Bhawan two men swooped at me. They were riding on a scooty."
"Before I could understand anything they fled with my purse that contained more than Rs 50,000 cash, two mobile phones and some important documents," she said.
Damyanti Ben added: "I had to take a flight to Ahmedabad on Saturday evening and the tickets were in that purse. Now, I don't know how it would be managed. It was a bad experience to visit Delhi."
North District Deputy Commissioner of Police Monika Bhardwaj, however, avoided making any comment on the incident.