JEWELLARY SHOP ROBBED Jhunjhunūn
JEWELLARY SHOP ROBBED
There is no clue of the miscreants who robbed the showroom operator Jatin by robbing a jewelery of about 50 lakh rupees at New Prakash Jewelers in broad daylight on Sunday at Road No. 3 in Kotwali police station area of the district.
There is no clue of the miscreants who shot the showroom operator Jatin by robbing a jewelery of about 50 lakh rupees at New Prakash Jewelers in broad daylight on Road No. 3 in Kotwali police station area of the district on Sunday. Seriously injured jeweler Jatin Soni is undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Jaipur. Jhunjhunun police have not been able to arrest the miscreants even after several hours of passing.
In this situation, angry business circles and city dwellers called for Jhunjhunu bandh on Tuesday. Due to this, shops remained closed and there was silence in the markets. Hundreds of traders, locals and family members of the jeweler gathered in number, took out a rally. Which reached Jhunjhunu District Collectorate through the markets. Here traders submitted memorandum to the collector. Soon demanded the arrest of the miscreants.
Earlier, a large number of police personnel were deployed at the collector's main gate. Where he also got into shock with the protesters. Let us tell you that at around 2 pm on September 15, some crooks reached New Prakash Jewelers on Road No. 3. Jeweler Jatin Soni and his brother, along with two others, at a gun point, looted jewelery worth Rs 40 to 50 lakh and then escaped.
Meanwhile, when Jatin tried to run after the miscreants, the miscreant shot him. Due to this, Jaipur was referred to when the condition was serious. History heater Yogesh Charanwasi's name has emerged in the incident. At the same time, the Bolero used in the loot has been found in unclaimed condition near the abuser. All the robbers had helmets. Prima facie it emerged that the miscreants used a bike and two Boleros in the incident.