Hostage, Hardoi news, wife and son, drug traffickers, robbed at home

Shahabad The villains took his wife and son hostage at the apartment of the drug dealer based in the housing estate on Wednesday evening. The villains injured the businessman’s wife with a sharp weapon. Thereafter, the cash and jewelry that were kept in the house after they were looted escaped.
After the police got the information, they came to the site and examined it. SP Anurag Vats reached Kotwali on Thursday and asked about the incident. Kotwal Shivshankar Singh said the report was filed. Soon the whole thing will be revealed.
Sudhanshu Shukla, who runs a medical wholesale and retail store on the city’s Cinema Road, lives with his family in the city’s housing estate. At around eight o’clock on Wednesday evening, his wife Shikha Shukla and younger son Rudra were at home.
While Sudhanshu Shukla went to the store and the elder son Dhruv went to get some goods from the market. In the meantime, three villains entered his home and took Shikha and her son Rudra hostage.
When they resisted the woman, the villains attacked her with a dagger. Shikha was badly injured by a dandy in her hand. The villains forcibly grabbed the key of the closet from Shikha.
Thereafter, cash and jewelry worth 75,000 rupees were kept in the closet. According to Shikha, when she got off her back, apart from three villains, another of them appeared to be some distance away on a Scooty.
When she made a noise and the people around her took the place, the crooks ran away. Shortly after they received information about the incident, including Sudhanshu and Dhruv, CO Satendra Singh and the police arrived and investigated.
Sudhanshu told Teheriar police that the villains stole ten items, including cash, including a ring, a necklace, four pairs of earphones and a cell phone from son Dhruv’s.
The police started the investigation by filing a report based on Tahrir. SP Anurag reached Vats Kotwali on Thursday and asked about the whole matter. The SP has ordered that the incident be disclosed as soon as possible.

Shahabad The villains took his wife and son hostage at the home of the drug dealer in the settlement colony on Wednesday evening. The villains injured the businessman’s wife with a sharp weapon. Thereafter, the cash and jewelry that were kept in the house escaped after they were robbed.

After the police got the information, they came to the site and examined it. SP Anurag Vats reached Kotwali on Thursday and asked about the incident. Kotwal Shivshankar Singh said the report was filed. Soon the whole thing will be revealed.

Sudhanshu Shukla, who runs a medical wholesale and retail store on the city’s Cinema Road, lives with his family in the city’s housing estate. At around eight o’clock on Wednesday evening, his wife Shikha Shukla and younger son Rudra were at home.

While Sudhanshu Shukla went to the store and the elder son Dhruv went to get some goods from the market. In the meantime, three villains entered his home and took Shikha and her son Rudra hostage.

When they resisted the woman, the villains attacked her with a dagger. Shikha was badly injured by a dandy in the hand. The villains forcibly grabbed the key of the closet from Shikha.

Thereafter, cash and jewelry worth 75,000 rupees were kept in the closet. According to Shikha, when she came out from behind she was seen standing on a scooty some distance away with her other than three villains.

When she made a noise and the people around her had taken the place, the crooks ran away. Shortly after CO Satendra Singh and the police received information about the incident, including Sudhanshu and Dhruv, they reached the site and investigated.

Sudhanshu told Teheriar police that the villains stole ten items, including cash, including a ring, a necklace, four pairs of earphones and a cell phone from son Dhruv’s.

The police started the investigation by filing a report based on Tahrir. SP Anurag reached Vats Kotwali on Thursday and asked about the whole matter. The SP has ordered that the incident be disclosed as soon as possible.

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