- The SP has attached the line to three policemen of Lasudia police station on charges of recovering Rs 15,000.
- SI Kushwaha says that he has been wrongly accused. The other two could not be contacted
May 21, 2020, 07:01 AM IST
Indore. The SP has attached the line to three policemen of the Lasudia police station on charges of recovering Rs 15,000 after scamming the house of Pan Gutkha businessman in Scheme 78. ASP Rajesh Raghuvanshi told that action has been taken on SI Jayendra Kushwaha, Head Constable Shyam Patel, Constable Rajkumar Chaubey. Karabari Alaik Jain had complained in the police station that on May 15, three policemen reached his house and accused him that you were doing gutkha business in the lockdown too. Then he took 15 thousand rupees by giving action. When the matter reached the DIG, he SP Mo Yusuf ordered Qureshi to attach the line to the trio and started an investigation. During investigation, it was found that the duty of policemen on the 15th was in the same area. However, SI Kushwaha says that he has been wrongly accused. The other two could not be contacted.
The miscreants looted the chain with a woman walking outside the house at night
On Tuesday night at 10 o'clock with the grandson, two bike-riding miscreants looted the chain after robbing the woman walking outside the house. According to CSP Dishesh Aggarwal, the chain robbery happened with 56-year-old Neeta Nebhanani living in Anantpuri colony. The Bhanwarkuan police is searching for miscreants based on CCTV footage. In the Barathi Colony, miscreants also robbed a delivery boy of a gas cylinder in broad daylight.
Even in the western region after curfew and lockdown
At the same time, the incidents in West Indore did not stop even after curfew and lockdown. The miscreants also escaped by snatching the mobile of a youth named Sharad who lives in the Guru Nanak Colony on 13 May. Two days later, a bike rider was robbed by the miscreants on the Super Corridor, while the miscreants also committed thefts in several shops in Bhanwarkuan and Juni Indore during lockdown.