Thieves on a two-wheeler snatched Rs 2 lakh from a bank; Noon incident in Nashik | Thieves stole Rs 2 lakh in Nashik in the afternoon

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Nashik: An incident has taken place in Shalimar area of ​​Nashik where thieves stole Rs 2 lakh from a bank. There is fear among the citizens about the theft that took place in the middle of the day.

The details of the case are as follows: Rehana Rafiq Sheikh (55, resident of Shivaji Road, Shalimar) had come with her husband to withdraw money from Bank of Maharashtra. He withdrew about Rs 2 lakh from the bank around 1.30 pm. They put the money in a bag near them. As soon as they left the bank, the thieves on a motorcycle snatched Rehana’s bag of money and passed out. The Sheikh and his wife shouted, “Thief! Thief!” By then, however, the thieves had disappeared. A case has been registered at the Bhadrakali police station on a complaint lodged by Rehana Sheikh.

Theft in the bungalow of the Divisional Commissioner

In Nashik, a shocking case of theft has come to light in the government bungalow of the Chakka Divisional Commissioner, which is under 24-hour security. Police have launched an investigation into the matter. Nashik Divisional Commissioner Radhakrishna Game. His status is something else. His bungalow also has a 24 hour guard. Now the shocking type of theft in this bungalow has come to light. Thieves have cut down a sandalwood tree in the yard of Game’s bungalow. Despite tight security around the clock, the thieves managed to get their work done by blowing the trumpet in the hands of the police. Earlier, the bungalows of the Superintendent of Police and the Collector were also robbed. While all the cases have been registered in this regard, no thief has been caught by the police. Therefore, the question arises as to whether the thief is found or not.

Burglary at 7 places in Yeola

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archived photographs.

Nashik: An incident has taken place in Shalimar area of ​​Nashik where thieves stole Rs 2 lakh from a bank. There is fear among the citizens about the theft that took place in the middle of the day.

The details of the case are as follows: Rehana Rafiq Sheikh (55, resident of Shivaji Road, Shalimar) had come with her husband to withdraw money from Bank of Maharashtra. He withdrew about Rs 2 lakh from the bank around 1.30 pm. They put the money in a bag near them. As soon as they left the bank, the thieves on a motorcycle snatched Rehana’s bag of money and passed out. The Sheikh and his wife shouted, “Thief! Thief!” By then, however, the thieves had disappeared. A case has been registered at the Bhadrakali police station on a complaint lodged by Rehana Sheikh.

Theft in the bungalow of the Divisional Commissioner

In Nashik, a shocking case of theft has come to light in the government bungalow of the Chakka Divisional Commissioner, which is under 24-hour security. Police have launched an investigation into the matter. Nashik Divisional Commissioner Radhakrishna Game. His status is something else. His bungalow also has a 24 hour guard. Now the shocking type of theft in this bungalow has come to light. Thieves have cut down a sandalwood tree in the yard of Game’s bungalow. Despite tight security around the clock, the thieves managed to get their work done by blowing the trumpet in the hands of the police. Earlier, the bungalows of the Superintendent of Police and the Collector were also robbed. While all the cases have been registered in this regard, no thief has been caught by the police. Therefore, the question arises as to whether the thief is found or not.

Burglary at 7 places in Yeola

Thieves are rampant in the city of Yeola and have burglarized seven places. So the citizens are horrified. On the eve of Ain Diwali festival, thieves have looted 7 places in Patel Colony, Anand Nagar and More Vasti areas of Yeola city around midnight. They also broke the locks of locked houses at 5 places and stole money from the donation box of the Radhakrishna temple in the area. Similarly, thieves broke into the donation box of Ganpati temple in Anandnagar area and stole the money from it. Citizens are scared of the burglary on the eve of Diwali and are demanding that the police deal with the burglars.

Other news:

Confusion in the distribution of grants in the constituency of the Minister of Agriculture; Attempts to suppress the report of the inquiry committee, avoid action against the culprits

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