Cloth shopkeeper shot and injured in Madhubani, five nominated

Cloth shopkeeper shot and injured in Madhubani, five nominated

Criminals shot and injured a cloth shopkeeper on the Nirmali-Kunauli road near Bhuta Chowk in the block. The incident is said to have happened late Saturday night. Local people arrived after hearing the sound of gunshots and the injured cloth shopkeeper was taken to Nirmali Hospital from where she was referred to DMCH, Darbhanga. According to the information, about 40-year-old Suresh Yadav, a resident of Bhutha village, runs a readymade clothing shop at Bhutha Chowk. On Saturday night, he was going towards his house after closing his clothes shop. Meanwhile, the criminals who had already ambushed opened fire on them. He fell there as soon as he was shot. Presently his treatment is going on in DMCH.

At the same time, Narhiya OP in-charge said that an FIR has been registered in the matter. Five people have been named. Police is conducting raids to arrest the accused. Here, this incident has created an atmosphere of fear and mourning in the area. People say that such incidents often happen from Bhuta Chowk to Piprahi Chowk. The police are failing to nab the criminals. Some people are also seeing this incident by linking it with the upcoming Panchayat elections. People say that criminals want to create an atmosphere of fear in the area with such incidents.

Theft of cash and goods by cutting the latch of the betel shop of the Divyang

The dark The thief stole some money kept in the piggy bank and paan masala and similar items worth five thousand rupees by cutting the lock of a Divyang's paan gumti near Nanour Middle School located on the Andharathari-Araria main road. The theft near the main road once again exposed the patrol of Rudrapur police. Let us tell you that there is a small paan pot near Nanour Middle School of Rameshwar Kamat, son of Amlesh Kamat of Nanour. Amlesh is completely handicapped and this is the only means of earning his livelihood. According to the information, late on Saturday night, the thieves kept the money in the piggy bank kept in the shop by cutting the lock latch and about five thousand rupees worth of pan masala, tobacco, Stolen cigarettes etc. According to the application given to the police, when Amlesh reached the shop in the morning, after seeing the broken locks and broken latch of the shop, he came to know about the theft. He informed the police about it. However, the police did not consider it necessary to reach the spot even after getting information. The victim was sent back saying that he would come in the evening.

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