Rogues entered the home of an elderly couple living alone

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PDDU Nagar. In Mughalsarai Kotwali, the mood of the villains has risen. On Tuesday night, six to seven villains broke into the house of a police officer who was stationed as a constable in the LIU branch of the UP Police in the village of Hinauli. The evildoers squeezed the elderly couple’s throat and mouth. When nothing was found in the house, the villains fled after plucking the gold earring from the older woman’s ear. The police arrived and started an investigation. At the same time, there is an atmosphere of panic in the area following this incident.
Pankaj Yadav, a native of Chakia, works as a constable for the UP Police. He is currently stationed at the LIU in the Balrampur district. He also built a house in Hinauli village in Mughalsarai Kotwali. His elderly mother Vindhyavasini Devi (65) and father Hiralal Yadav (68) live here. On Tuesday night they both slept in the same room. Vindhyavasini Devi said that some people came into the house at midnight. The villains began to strangle her and her husband. When he was suffocating, he woke up. Said that meanwhile the villains started asking her husband Hiralal for the key. Neither of them could say anything because their mouths were suppressed. Said that after about twenty to twenty-five minutes, as soon as the sound of the vehicle pulling into the street was heard, everyone ran away. A villain tore gold earrings out of his ear. When the alarm sounded, the villagers gathered. After a while, the police arrived on patrol and inquired. The police also reached his home for questioning on Wednesday. Other family members who came home after the incident said six to seven people came into the CC cameras installed in the neighborhood. CO Sadar Ramveer Singh said the matter is being investigated. After the investigation, the necessary measures will be taken.
PDDU Nagar. Anger rages among the people following the incident in Hinauli village in Mughalsarai Kotwali region. Villagers said many lots in the area are empty. In such a situation, after leaving in the evening, the area becomes a haven for gamblers and drug addicts. That makes people a lot of trouble. conversation

PDDU Nagar. In Mughalsarai Kotwali, the mood of the villains has risen. On Tuesday night, six to seven villains broke into the house of a police officer who was stationed as a constable in the LIU branch of the UP Police in the village of Hinauli. The evildoers squeezed the elderly couple’s throat and mouth. When nothing was found in the house, the villains fled after plucking the gold earring from the older woman’s ear. The police arrived and started an investigation. At the same time, there is an atmosphere of panic in the area following this incident.

Pankaj Yadav, a native of Chakia, works as a constable for the UP Police. He is currently stationed at the LIU in the Balrampur district. He also built a house in Hinauli village in Mughalsarai Kotwali. His elderly mother Vindhyavasini Devi (65) and father Hiralal Yadav (68) live here. On Tuesday night they both slept in the same room. Vindhyavasini Devi said that some people came into the house at midnight. The villains began to strangle her and her husband. When he was suffocating, he woke up. Said that meanwhile the villains started asking her husband Hiralal for the key. Neither of them could say anything because their mouths were suppressed. Said that after about twenty to twenty-five minutes, as soon as the sound of the vehicle coming on the street was heard, all the people ran away. A villain tore gold earrings out of his ear. When the alarm sounded, the villagers gathered. After a while, the police arrived on patrol and inquired. The police also reached his home for questioning on Wednesday. Other family members who came home after the incident said six to seven people came into the CC cameras installed in the neighborhood. CO Sadar Ramveer Singh said the matter is being investigated. After the investigation, the necessary measures will be taken.

PDDU Nagar. Anger rages among the people following the incident in Hinauli village in Mughalsarai Kotwali region. Villagers said many lots in the area are empty. In such a situation, after leaving in the evening, the area becomes a haven for gamblers and drug addicts. That makes people a lot of trouble. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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