Thousands Of Cash Crossed From A Deserted House

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Thieves stole 30 thousand rupees from a deserted house in Bhagat Singh Colony in the heart of the city and escaped. On the information of the victim, the police reached the spot and took evidence from the spot.

Niwai. Thieves stole 30 thousand rupees from a deserted house in Bhagat Singh Colony in the heart of the city and escaped. According to sources, the junior assistant Kamlesh son Sukhdev Meena, working in the sub-registrar’s office, lives in a rented house, Bhagat Singh Colony, resident of Ladpura Colony, Todarai Singh Hall. Todarai Singh had gone due to the holiday of Ashtami.

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When Niwai reached his rented room at around 9 am on Thursday morning, the lock of the main door of the house was found broken and when he ran towards his room on the first floor, then the lock there too was found broken. When I went inside, I found 30 thousand rupees missing in the cupboard and the goods were found scattered, on which the police was informed about the theft.

On the information of the victim, the police reached the spot and took evidence from the spot. Police Station Officer Ajay Kumar said that on Thursday morning, the police had been sent to Japta on the information of theft, where the matter of theft of 30 thousand rupees has come to the fore, but the case has not been registered yet.

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Four sent to judicial custody
Malpura. Two people were arrested in the land dispute in Tilanju village and two people in the case of vandalizing the enclosure in Kalyanpura village and presented them in the court, from where the four were sent to judicial custody. Police station in-charge Kailash Kumar Vishnoi said that Atmaram Jat and Hemraj Jat, residents of Tilanju village, were arrested on charges of disturbing the peace and presented them in the court, where both the accused were sent to judicial custody by the court.

In the second case, Malpura police station arrested Ismail and Abdul Nabi, residents of Kalyanpura village, in the case filed by the complainant Akhtar resident Malpura in the case of forcibly vandalizing the enclosure in Kalyanpura village 2 months ago and presented in the camp court Tonk. Where the court ordered to send both the accused to judicial custody.






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