The bank’s siren suddenly started ringing in the middle of the night and panic spread

Baburi At midnight on Thursday, the siren suddenly rang at the State Bank of India in the village of Jarkhor under the police station. When he heard the voice of Cyron, panic spread among the people around him for fear of an unpleasant incident. When the police got the information, they called the bank manager, opened the lock and checked, then a technical error was found. However, the police remained stationed on site for a long time for security reasons. The State Bank of India has a branch in the village of Jarkhor in the Thana region. The bank’s siren suddenly rang around noon on Thursday evening. People around got nervous after hearing Siren’s voice. People reported to the police. According to information, the chief of the Baburi Police Station, Satyendra Vikram Singh, reached the police station. He called the bank manager and gave the information. The manager opened the bank to an employee who lives in a nearby village. During the check it was found that the siren rang due to a technical defect. Landlord Mayank Singh said sirens happened three or four times a year. But it hasn’t been fixed yet. At the same time, the manager says that the mechanic cannot come due to the Corona curfew.

Baburi At midnight on Thursday, the siren suddenly rang at the State Bank of India in the village of Jarkhor under the police station. When he heard the voice of Cyron, panic spread among the people around him for fear of an unpleasant incident. When the police got the information, they called the bank manager, opened the lock and checked, then a technical error was found. However, the police remained stationed on site for a long time for security reasons. The State Bank of India has a branch in the village of Jarkhor in the Thana region. The bank’s siren suddenly rang around noon on Thursday evening. People around got nervous after hearing Siren’s voice. People reported to the police. According to information, the chief of the Baburi Police Station, Satyendra Vikram Singh, reached the police station. He called the bank manager and gave the information. The manager opened the bank to an employee who lives in a nearby village. During the check it was found that the siren rang due to a technical defect. Landlord Mayank Singh said sirens happened three or four times a year. But it hasn’t been fixed yet. At the same time, the manager says that the mechanic cannot come due to the Corona curfew.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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