Robbery of policewoman, teacher and bank clerk in 20 minutes

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Meerut. Fearless villains carried out three incidents in the city on Wednesday night. Within 20 minutes, a female police officer, teacher, and bank clerk were robbed. The police reached the site at all three points, but were unable to track down the perpetrators. People are outraged by the incidents.
Anjali, a teacher who lives at the Civil Lines Police Station, returned home from Scooty at 9 a.m. on Wednesday night. In front of GIC, two bike-borne villains who came to Begumpul fell on the woman’s neck and stole the chain. The woman barely survived by falling off the scooter. When she heard the woman’s screams, the crowd gathered. The police from Lalkurti Police Station also reached the site and began investigations.
The second incident occurred at 9:15 p.m. Anil Rastogi, a resident of Jagriti Vihar Sector 5, is an employee of Canara Bank. After dinner he went out of the house. Meanwhile, two malefactors got there by bike and stole Anil’s cell phone. People tried to besiege the villains, but they escaped.
The third incident occurred at 9:20 a.m. The incident happened with a policewoman. Sangeeta Phool Bagh, a policewoman stationed at the women’s police station, lives at number 5. She returned home with milk from the dairy that night. Ten paces away from the house, two malefactors on a bicycle tore the chain off the back of the neck after falling on the woman from behind. During the scuffle, the policewoman’s cell phone fell out of the hand. She started picking up the cell phone and the villains fled. Upon receiving information about the incident, Inspector Nauchandi, CO Civil Line Devesh Singh Nauchandi, arrived at the site with the police team. After asking the policewoman about the villains, the police returned from there.
The police are involved in covering up the incident
Instead of catching the villains, the police hide the robbery. Three robberies took place in the city within 20 minutes. The police tried to hide them. The locals disagreed with this. It is alleged that the police threatened victims not to loot but to report the loss of goods.
Victims asked questions
The media also reached out as soon as the police officer found out about the robbery. At first, the police did not allow the policewoman to speak to her. As soon as she spoke to the policewoman, she stopped talking about the defamation of her department. Teacher Anjali said that the villains took the Sarrah necklace away. Bank clerk Anil Rastogi asked questions about the police patrol.
Police officers targeted by villains in the Nauchandi area
There are also police officers pursuing the target of villains in the Nauchandi Police Station area. A week ago, the police chief stationed in Baghpat was robbed by villains. The police have not been able to track down these perpetrators to this day. Things did not cool when the villains snatched the chain from the female constable in Phool Bagh Colony. Traders are also angry with the Nauchandi Police Station’s work style. In the case of a robbery at Vishnu Jewelers, the police at the Nauchandi Police Station also wreaked havoc.
Where did the city police go?
The administration claims the lockdown will go into effect in the city after 9 p.m. This lock only applies to shopkeepers. All of these three incidents did not occur until after 9 a.m. on Wednesday night. The question is where the police live in lockdown. Maybe the police don’t have an answer either.

Meerut. Fearless villains carried out three incidents in the city on Wednesday night. Within 20 minutes, a female police officer, teacher, and bank clerk were robbed. The police reached the site at all three points, but were unable to track down the perpetrators. People are outraged by the incidents.

Anjali, a teacher who lives at the Civil Lines Police Station, returned home from Scooty at 9 a.m. on Wednesday night. In front of GIC, two bike-borne villains who came to Begumpul fell on the woman’s neck and stole the chain. The woman barely survived by falling off the scooter. When she heard the woman’s screams, the crowd gathered. The police from Lalkurti Police Station also reached the site and began investigations.

The second incident occurred at 9:15 p.m. Anil Rastogi, a resident of Jagriti Vihar Sector 5, is an employee of Canara Bank. After dinner he went out of the house. Meanwhile, two malefactors got there by bike and stole Anil’s cell phone. People tried to besiege the villains, but they escaped.

The third incident occurred at 9:20 a.m. The incident happened with a policewoman. Sangeeta Phool Bagh, a policewoman stationed at the women’s police station, lives at number 5. She came home with milk from the dairy that night. Ten paces away from the house, two malefactors on a bicycle tore the chain off the back of the neck after falling on the woman from behind. During the scuffle, the policewoman’s cell phone fell out of the hand. She started picking up the cell phone and the villains fled. Upon receiving information about the incident, Inspector Nauchandi, CO Civil Line Devesh Singh Nauchandi, arrived at the site with the police team. After asking the policewoman about the villains, the police returned from there.

The police are involved in covering up the incident

Instead of catching the villains, the police hide the robbery. Three raids took place in the city within 20 minutes. The police tried to hide them. The locals disagreed with this. It is alleged that the police threatened victims not to loot but to report the loss of goods.

Victims asked questions

The media also reached out as soon as the police officer found out about the robbery. At first, the police did not allow the policewoman to speak to her. As soon as she spoke to the policewoman, she stopped talking about the defamation of her department. Teacher Anjali said that the villains took the Sarrah necklace away. Bank clerk Anil Rastogi asked questions about the police patrol.

Police officers targeted by villains in the Nauchandi area

There are also police officers who pursue villains in the Nauchandi Police Station area. A week ago, the police chief stationed in Baghpat was robbed by villains. The police have not been able to track down these perpetrators to this day. Things did not cool when the villains snatched the chain from the female constable in Phool Bagh Colony. Traders are also angry with the Nauchandi Police Station’s work style. In the case of a robbery at Vishnu Jewelers, the police at Nauchandi Police Station also made a mess.

Where did the city police go?

The administration claims the lockdown will go into effect in the city after 9 p.m. This lock only applies to shopkeepers. All of these three incidents did not occur until after 9 a.m. on Wednesday night. The question is where the police live in lockdown. Maybe the police don’t have an answer either.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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