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Samvad news agency
Khunuwan (Siddharthnagar). Thieves entered the store Thursday night by breaking open the door of a medical store in the city of Maryadpur in the Kapilvastu district of Nepal from the border. The thieves took away Nepalese currency and other items worth eight and a half lakh rupees. The shopkeeper informed the police about it. There is panic among people about theft.
Ghanshyam Srivastava, a resident of Yashodhara Township, Number Six Township, Maryadpur, near the border, runs a medical business in the city. It is just 50 meters from the Nepal Police Post. Late on Thursday evening he was in the store, as always. Daughter Tanya Srivastava and the daughter of older brother Aastha Srivastava who make BTech from Kathmandu.
For his fee, three lakhs from the agricultural cooperative, five lakhs from Maryadpur businessman Shafiq Pathan, and 50,000 rupees for selling medicines stayed in the store and went home. Had to take Rs to Kathmandu with both daughters on Friday morning. Late Thursday evening, thieves broke into the door of the store and took other items, including cash. When he walked into the medicine store on Friday morning, he saw that the back door of the pharmacy had been broken into, and when he saw the money in the safe, the money was missing. He then reported the matter to the police.
The responsible police outpost in Maryadpur, Neem Bahadur Kunwar, said a complaint had been received about the theft-related incident. Soon the theft incident will be resolved after an investigation.

Samvad news agency

Khunuwan (Siddharthnagar). Thieves entered the store Thursday night by breaking open the door of a medical store in the city of Maryadpur in the Kapilvastu district of Nepal from the border. The thieves took away Nepalese currency and other items worth eight and a half lakh rupees. The shopkeeper informed the police about it. There is panic among people about theft.

Ghanshyam Srivastava, a resident of Yashodhara Township, Number Six Township, Maryadpur, adjacent to the border, runs a medical business in town. It is just 50 meters from the Nepal Police Post. Late on Thursday evening he was in the store, as always. Daughter Tanya Srivastava and the daughter of older brother Aastha Srivastava who make BTech from Kathmandu.

For his fee, three lakhs from the agricultural cooperative, five lakhs from Maryadpur businessman Shafiq Pathan, and 50,000 rupees for selling medicines stayed in the store and went home. Had to take Rs to Kathmandu with both daughters on Friday morning. Late Thursday evening, thieves broke into the door of the store and took other items, including cash. When he walked into the medicine store on Friday morning, he saw that the back door of the pharmacy had been broken into, and when he saw the money in the safe, the money was missing. He then reported the matter to the police.

The responsible police outpost in Maryadpur, Neem Bahadur Kunwar, said a complaint had been received about the theft-related incident. Soon the theft incident will be resolved after an investigation.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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