Hathras: 6.12 Lakh was looted at gunpoint by the operator of the customer service center

Sahapau (Hathras).
500 meters from Dhakpura Rajwah on the road from Sahapau to Manikpur-Jalesar, two villains riding bicycles looted Rs 6,12,950 from the operator of the customer service center on Monday afternoon. The operator had withdrawn Rs 10,47,950 from his account at the State Bank of India branch in Sahapau. Of that, he had deposited Rs 4,35,000 in the gas agency’s bank account. He returned with the rest of the money. Then this incident was carried out.
After the Kotwali police, ASP Prakash Kumar and CO Sadabad Brahm Singh also arrived to inquire about the incident. The victim was also interviewed. The victim has filed a complaint against two unknown perpetrators. Police combed the area looking for wrongdoers until the message was written.
Gagan Kumar Putra Ashok Kumar, resident of the Manikpur Government Camp on Konkan Road, operates the SBI Customer Service Center on Jalesar Road (Manikpur). On Monday afternoon he had withdrawn Rs 10 lakh 47 thousand 950 from the SBI branch in Sahapau. Of this, he deposited four lakh 35,000 rupees in the gas agency’s account. He left the remaining six lakh of 12,000 650 rupees in his pocket and rode his bicycle to his Manikpur shop on the Sahapau-Manikpur road.
When his bike passed Rajwaha 500 meters from Dhakapura on the way, two villains who got on the white Apache bike from the front stepped and dropped his bike. When he tried to escape these villains, a villain shot him with a gun and dropped him in fear. He also suffered injuries. The villains grabbed and snatched the bag full of money, which the chestnut threatened by knocking it out of his temple. The villains also took the keys to both the cell phone and the bicycle from his pocket. A villain sat on the bike and stopped it. Then the two crooks ran away with a bag full of money. The victim reported the assault to the family and also informed the police.
The police rushed to the spot and started combing to find the villains in the area. After that, CO Sadabad Brahm Singh and the additional superintendent of the police Prakash Kumar also arrived. Police officers received information from the victim about the harassment of the perpetrators. The victim has filed a complaint against both unidentified villains in Kotwali. The police also found two empty cartridges and a helmet with two cartridges on site. It was confiscated by the police.
Police teams were set up to investigate the incident. This event will be presented shortly.
-Vineet Jaiswal, SP Hathras

Sahapau (Hathras).

500 meters before Dhakpura Rajwah on Sahapau to Manikpur-Jalesar Road Link Road On Monday afternoon, two villains while cycling looted Rs 6,12,950 from the operator of the customer service center at gunpoint. The operator had withdrawn Rs 10,47,950 from his account at the Sahapau State Bank of India branch. Of that, he had deposited Rs 4,35,000 in the gas agency’s bank account. He returned with the rest of the money. Then this incident was carried out.

After the Kotwali police, ASP Prakash Kumar and CO Sadabad Brahm Singh also arrived to inquire about the incident. The victim was also interviewed. The victim has filed a complaint against two unknown perpetrators. Police combed the area looking for wrongdoers until the message was written.

Gagan Kumar Putra Ashok Kumar, resident of the Manikpur Government Camp on Konkan Road, operates the SBI Customer Service Center on Jalesar Road (Manikpur). On Monday afternoon he had withdrawn Rs 10 lakh 47 thousand 950 from the SBI branch in Sahapau. Of this, he deposited four lakh 35,000 rupees in the gas agency’s account. He left the remaining six lakh of 12,000 650 rupees in his pocket and rode his bicycle to his Manikpur shop on the Sahapau-Manikpur road.

When his bike passed Rajwaha 500 meters from Dhakapura on the way, two villains who got on the white Apache bike from the front stepped and dropped his bike. When he was trying to escape these villains, a villain shot him with a gun and dropped him in fear. He also suffered injuries. The villains grabbed and snatched the bag full of money, which the chestnut threatened by knocking it out of his temple. The villains also took the keys to both the cell phone and the bicycle from his pocket. A villain sat on the bike and stopped it. Then the two crooks ran away with a bag full of money. The victim reported the assault to the family and also informed the police.

The police rushed to the spot and started combing to find the villains in the area. After that, CO Sadabad Brahm Singh and the additional superintendent of the police Prakash Kumar also arrived. Police officers received information from the victim about the harassment of the perpetrators. The victim has filed a complaint against both unidentified villains in Kotwali. The police also found two empty cartridges and a helmet with two cartridges on site. It was confiscated by the police.

Police teams were set up to investigate the incident. This event will be presented shortly.

-Vineet Jaiswal, SP Hathras

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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