Criminals shot fire at Magic Rider shopkeepers and looted 90,000 rupees in Chandauli

Amar Ujala Network, Chandauli

Published by: Utpal Kant
Updated Thursday, July 01, 2021 11:25 AM IST

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Criminals are currently in high spirits in the Chandauli district of Uttar Pradesh. Some major incident is executed every day. Last night, three armed robbers captured 90,000 rupees by shooting a magical rider.

Businessman injured by robbers bullet
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In the Chandauli district of Uttar Pradesh, three armed robbers opened fire on a businessman late Wednesday and looted 90,000 rupees. The police took the seriously injured businessman to the CHC Naugarh. From there the doctor referred to the Trauma Center BHU Varanasi. Mahesh Keshari (35), a resident of the village of Deora in the Naxal-affected area of ​​the district, runs a grocery store in the Brahmapul market on the Sonbhadra-Chandauli border. He also supplies salty biscuits and condiments to grocery shoppers.He returned home from Barwadih Bazar with his cousin Chandan Keshari late Wednesday evening after supplying retail store owners through Satyanarayanpur-Pachkedia. On the way, three bike-carried teenagers blocked the path of magic.

He started to grab the bag with the money. In response to resistance, one of them opened fire with a pistol. Mahesh fell seriously injured from a gunshot wound in his right hand. The robbers fled after stealing the money. He also took a cell phone and a magic key. After the responsible police station, Rajesh Saroj, who reached the location received information about the shooting, he brought Mahesh Keshari to the CHC Naugarh in critical condition.

There he was referred to the Trauma Center BHU Varanasi after first aid. CO Naugarh Shrutigupta also took stock of the incident. According to the CO, police teams were used to arrest the robbers.

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In the Chandauli district of Uttar Pradesh, three armed robbers opened fire on a businessman late Wednesday and looted 90,000 rupees. The police took the seriously injured businessman to the CHC Naugarh. From there the doctor referred to the Trauma Center BHU Varanasi. Mahesh Keshari (35), a resident of the village of Deora in the Naxal-affected area of ​​the district, runs a grocery store in the Brahmapul market on the Sonbhadra-Chandauli border. He also supplies salty biscuits and condiments to grocery shoppers.

He returned home from Barwadih Bazar with his cousin Chandan Keshari late Wednesday evening after supplying retail store owners through Satyanarayanpur-Pachkedia. On the way, three bike-carried teenagers blocked the path of magic.

He started to grab the bag with the money. In response to resistance, one of them opened fire with a pistol. Mahesh fell seriously injured from a gunshot wound in his right hand. The robbers fled after stealing the money. He also took a cell phone and a magic key. After the responsible police station, Rajesh Saroj, who reached the location received information about the shooting, he brought Mahesh Keshari to the CHC Naugarh in critical condition.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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