Street, marriage, police, fir, CCTV – 80,000 cash and clothes stolen from guest house guest

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Jalaun. Taking advantage of the lack of video surveillance in the Akshada Garden (guest house), three young people stole some of the guests’ clothes, including 80,000 rupees in cash that were kept at the wedding ceremony. Upon receiving the information, the police reached the location and began looking for the suspects.
In order to improve the security system of the festival hall, instructions were given to keep it in operation along with the installation of video surveillance systems. Even after that, only Khaapurti will be made in the city’s festival halls in the name of CCTV. The wedding of the daughter of Dinesh Yagnik, a resident of Joshiana in the Kotwali region, took place on Thursday. The marriage program took place at Akshada Garden on Churkhi Road. The girl’s farewell ceremony took place on Friday morning. The whole atmosphere was gloomy. Then three young men entered the festival house and went into the room on the girls’ side and ran from the place with the bag of goodies and the clothes that came in the rice. After leaving, when people from the girl’s side started collecting the goods to go home, they were shocked to see the things scattered around the room. Suddenly the search for the goods began. Then it turned out that in practice 80,000 rupees are missing. Also missing are the clothes and some other items that came with the rice. The girl’s site provided information about the incident to Kotwali police. The identity of the thieves could not be determined because the cameras at Akshada Garden (guest house) were turned off during the incident. While the people who came to the wedding saw three suspicious teenagers leave while saying goodbye. The police are looking for the suspects.
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Demand for cleanliness around religious places
Jalaun. The Yuva Vahini Hindu town organizer Ramji Tamrakar, Pawan Yagnik, Raj Lakshakar, Narendra, Mahendra Kumar etc. gave a letter of complaint to EO DD Singh saying that there are garbage dumps near many religious places in the town. Because of the piles of rubbish around the religious places, believers have difficulty visiting these religious places. Religious feelings are hurt by dirt. Trash that is disposed of near religious sites should be stopped. The rubbish bins around here should be removed so that the dirt does not spread around the religious sites. He called for the regular cleaning of religious sites. (Conversation)

Pedestrians injured in collision with unknown vehicle
Jalaun. An unidentified vehicle crashed into the bike of the youth who was riding from Orai to the village. Rahul, 30, a resident of the Rampura police station, had gone to Orai for work. Return Friday afternoon. Then an unidentified vehicle hit the bike from behind near LS Garden. In the accident, the young man fell into the ditch with his bicycle. There were no major head injuries as he was wearing a helmet. Passers-by took him to the CHC by car. From there the doctor referred him to the district hospital. (Conversation)

Jalaun. Taking advantage of the lack of video surveillance in the Akshada Garden (guest house), three young people stole some of the guests’ clothes, including 80,000 rupees in cash that were kept at the wedding ceremony. Upon receiving the information, the police reached the location and began looking for the suspects.

In order to improve the security system of the festival hall, instructions were given to keep it in operation along with the installation of video surveillance systems. Even after that, only Khaapurti will be made in the city’s festival halls in the name of CCTV. The wedding of the daughter of Dinesh Yagnik, a resident of Joshiana in the Kotwali region, took place on Thursday. The marriage program took place at Akshada Garden on Churkhi Road. The girl’s farewell ceremony took place on Friday morning. The whole atmosphere was gloomy. Then three young men entered the festival house and went into the room on the girls’ side and ran from the place with the bag of goodies and the clothes that came in the rice. After leaving, when people from the girl’s side started collecting the goods to go home, they were shocked to see the things scattered around the room. Suddenly the search for the goods began. Then it turned out that in practice 80,000 rupees are missing. Also missing are the clothes and some other items that came with the rice. The girl’s site provided information about the incident to Kotwali police. The identity of the thieves could not be determined because the cameras in the Akshada Garden (guest house) were turned off during the incident. While the people who came to the wedding saw three suspicious teenagers leave while saying goodbye. The police are looking for the suspects.

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Demand for cleanliness around religious places

Jalaun. The Yuva Vahini Hindu town organizer Ramji Tamrakar, Pawan Yagnik, Raj Lakshakar, Narendra, Mahendra Kumar etc. gave a letter of complaint to EO DD Singh saying that there are garbage dumps near many religious places in the town. Because of the piles of rubbish around the religious places, believers have difficulty visiting these religious places. Religious feelings are hurt by dirt. Trash that is disposed of near religious sites should be stopped. The rubbish bins around here should be removed so that the dirt does not spread around the religious sites. He called for the regular cleaning of religious sites. (Conversation)



Pedestrians injured in collision with unknown vehicle

Jalaun. An unidentified vehicle crashed into the bike of the youth who was riding from Orai to the village. Rahul, 30, a resident of the Rampura police station, had gone to Orai for work. Return Friday afternoon. Then an unidentified vehicle hit the bike from behind near LS Garden. In the accident, the young man and his bicycle fell into the ditch. There were no major head injuries as he was wearing a helmet. Passers-by took him to the CHC by car. From there the doctor referred him to the district hospital. (Conversation)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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