The villains looted the bolero, took the driver hostage and left him behind

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The bolero of a businessman who had returned from Prayagraj was robbed by villains on Sunday night when he took the driver hostage, took something away, took him off the street and escaped. However, since the GPS was installed in the vehicle, the police recovered the vehicle from Azamgarh.
Shubham Sharma, a resident of Bolero Dawoodpur from Pradeep Nigam, a businessman on Ghanshyampur Road in Badlapur Kotwali. On Saturday evening, after three journeys from Badlapur, he left Chhivki station in Prayagraj. After leaving the train station at 10 p.m., he returned with a bolero. As soon as Mungarabadshahpur reached the level crossing at around 12.30 p.m., the driver coming from Sujanganj gave a spoon and motioned for Shubham to stop. But Shubham led the way with the bolero. The driver followed the Bolero and stopped it while overtaking near the Sujanganj bypass. The seven-faced villains in the car got Shubham out of the car and took the Bolero key, the driver’s cell phone, with two thousand cash in the purse. After that, after tying Shubham’s mouth together and sitting in the center, the villains left with bolero. Through Sujanganj, Maharajganj dropped Shubham near the Bhatpura Canal at around one o’clock in the morning and drove ahead by car. Driver Shubham somehow reached the rice mill near the canal and sought help from the people sleeping there. Thereafter, Bolero owner Pradeep was informed of the incident and 112 the police were informed. The Bolero owner Pradeep Nigam also reached the Maharajganj police station and informed the responsible police station Santosh Kumar Rai of the incident and announced that a GPS was installed in the vehicle. As a result, at two o’clock in the morning, the police began tracking the driver and Bolero owner while they tracked the location. The SHO announced that Bolero Dhakwa had reached Karaundi near the Purvanchal Express Highway from Arsia via Surapur. Where the thieves escaped after parking the vehicle near Pura Suhipur from Ahirola Police Station in Azamgarh District. In such a situation, the police brought the bolero back safely.

The bolero of a businessman who had returned from Prayagraj was robbed by villains on Sunday night when he took the driver hostage, took something away, took him off the street and escaped. However, since the GPS was installed in the vehicle, the police recovered the vehicle from Azamgarh.

Shubham Sharma, a resident of Bolero Dawoodpur from Pradeep Nigam, a businessman on Ghanshyampur Road in Badlapur Kotwali. On Saturday evening, after three journeys from Badlapur, he left Chhivki station in Prayagraj. After leaving the train station at 10 p.m., he returned with a bolero. As soon as Mungarabadshahpur reached the level crossing at around 12.30 p.m., the driver coming from Sujanganj gave a spoon and motioned for Shubham to stop. But Shubham led the way with the bolero. The driver followed the Bolero and stopped it while overtaking near the Sujanganj bypass. The seven-faced villains in the car got Shubham out of the car and took the Bolero key, the driver’s cell phone, with two thousand cash in the purse. After that, after tying Shubham’s mouth together and sitting in the center, the villains left with bolero. Through Sujanganj, Maharajganj dropped Shubham near the Bhatpura Canal at around one o’clock in the morning and drove ahead by car. Driver Shubham somehow reached the rice mill near the canal and sought help from the people sleeping there. Thereafter, the information about the incident was passed on to the Bolero owner Pradeep and 112 the police were informed. The Bolero owner Pradeep Nigam also reached the Maharajganj police station and informed the police chief Santosh Kumar Rai of the incident and announced that a GPS was installed in the vehicle. At two o’clock in the morning, the police began tracking the driver and the Bolero owner while they were tracking down the location. The SHO announced that Bolero Dhakwa had reached Karaundi near the Purvanchal Express Highway from Arsia via Surapur. Where the thieves escaped after parking the vehicle near Pura Suhipur from Ahirola Police Station in Azamgarh District. In such a situation, the police brought the bolero back safely.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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