18 thousand stolen by breaking the lock on the handset store

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Gondola. Thieves crossed Rs 18,000 worth of goods by breaking the lock of a mobile parts store between two banks just 50 meters from the police station. The shopkeeper found out about the incident on Friday morning.
When the victim reached the police station with a complaint, the police began suppressing him instead of investigating. The police want to investigate the complaint of the injured shop owner. This incident, which occurred a few steps from the police station, raised questions about the police force.
Umesh Kumar, a resident of Misraulia Mafi Village in Dhanepur Police Station, runs a mobile parts shop next to Indian Bank, 50 meters from the police station. He went to his house on Thursday evening after closing the store. When I got to the shop on Friday morning, the lock had been broken.
Goods were scattered around the store. According to Umesh Kumar, the thieves took away the goods worth about 18 thousand rupees. When Umesh Kumar got to the police station, the police were shocked to hear the theft near the bank.
Instead of filing a complaint, the police were busy suppressing the incident. The victim has filed charges against unknown thieves. The police claim they are investigating the matter. The responsible SHO Sabhajit Singh says that the complaint has been received. Investigation is in progress.
The shop of the victim Umesh Kumar is next to the Indian Bank. There is also a branch of the Pratham UP Gramin Bank in front of the store. For security reasons, the two banks are given a strike duty by two police officers.
Apart from that, the police also claim to be conducting night patrols. Even so, next to the bank, theft is a big issue for police patrols. At the same time, the victim Umesh says that four months ago there was a theft in his shop. Even then, the thieves had taken 60,000 items, including 15,000 cash.

Gondola. Thieves crossed Rs 18,000 worth of goods by breaking the lock of a mobile parts store between two banks just 50 meters from the police station. The shopkeeper found out about the incident on Friday morning.

When the victim reached the police station with a complaint, the police began suppressing him instead of investigating. The police want to investigate the complaint of the injured shop owner. This incident, which occurred a few steps from the police station, raised questions about the police force.

Umesh Kumar, a resident of Misraulia Mafi Village in Dhanepur Police Station, runs a mobile parts shop next to Indian Bank, 50 meters from the police station. He went to his house on Thursday evening after closing the store. When I got to the shop on Friday morning, the lock had been broken.

Goods were scattered around the store. According to Umesh Kumar, the thieves took away the goods worth about 18 thousand rupees. When Umesh Kumar got to the police station, the police were shocked to hear the theft near the bank.

Instead of filing a complaint, the police were busy suppressing the incident. The victim has filed charges against unknown thieves. The police claim they are investigating the matter. The responsible SHO Sabhajit Singh says that the complaint has been received. Investigation is in progress.

The shop of the victim Umesh Kumar is next to the Indian Bank. There is also a branch of the Pratham UP Gramin Bank in front of the store. For security reasons, the two banks are given a strike duty by two police officers.

Apart from that, the police also claim to be conducting night patrols. Even so, next to the bank, theft is a big issue for police patrols. At the same time, the victim Umesh says that four months ago there was a theft in his shop. Even then, the thieves had taken 60,000 items, including 15,000 cash.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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