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.
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Two arrested for beating the woman, and inhuman behavior with fellow youth
In Nimbi Jodha village of the district, two people were arrested on Tuesday in connection with a video that went viral on social media on Monday.
In Nimbi Jodha village of the district, two people were arrested on Tuesday in connection with a video that went viral on social media on Monday. In the viral video, a young man and woman are seen to be inhuman treatment. A woman was forcibly grabbed and shaved. The woman was then brutally beaten. Along with this, the woman's alleged lover was fed urine poured into the bottle.
On getting information in the case, the police came into action and started investigating the case from around 4 pm on Monday. Didwana ASP Nitesh Arya came on the spot and got information. After which two people were arrested this morning after Dabish. This video is being told of 5 days ago. Actually this incident is of a house situated in Dhani situated in Nimbi Jodha border five days ago. Both the victim woman and man are relatives. The woman is said to be the maternal uncle of a man, who was having a love affair for a long time. About ten days ago, the young man had driven his own aunt away from here. After they were caught, the family members took the law into account and treated them inhumanely.
Family members had executed the incident, both the victims are now under police surveillance
During the affair, the family members did not contact the police when the case of elopement was opened. No case was registered with the police and the family members started searching for both themselves. After ten days, both the family members got together. Then both of them were brought to their house in a township situated near Nimbi Jodha, and then the family members carried out the incident which embarrassed humanity. First, the family members beat them up a lot, then both the men and women were cut. It is also seen in the video that a young man beat up the woman after cutting after the woman. Similarly, during the cutting of the hair of a man, he was fed urine and then after cutting his hair, soot was put on the mouth.
A garland of footwear was also given to the victim. A video of both of them was also made, then the police got information about the matter. Till Monday afternoon, the local police kept on displaying ignorance about the matter but after 4 pm the police came into action. At present, both the victim's youth and the woman have been taken under police supervision. The police also conducted a health checkup of both. The victim is a resident of Pali who spends most of his time in his maternal grandfather at Nimbi Jedha.
Robbery at Punjab national bank, dacowits entered the bank and fired a shot first. Bank targeted near highway, crooks running towards Gujarat
Six armed masked miscreants committed robbery at Punjab National Bank in Pratap Nagar. The dacowits entered the bank and fired a shot first. Then the four-member staff, including the manager and cashier present there, looted Rs 19.72 lakh kept in the vault, threatening the revolvers and knives and escaped by sitting in the Bolero.
These miscreants robbed the cash within just one minute. On receipt of information, top officials including Additional SP Gopal Swaroop Mewada reached the spot. Seeing the CCTV footage, the miscreants gathered. Special teams were formed for the crackdown. Blockade of major routes in the district.
Bank targeted near highway, crooks running towards Gujarat
According to preliminary information, all the dacowits have fled the highway to Ahmedabad. Search for him is going on. In this regard, the bank manager Deepak Parashar has filed a robbery case. SP Kailashchandra Vishnoi said that at around 1.15 pm, six masked crooks entered the Punjab National Bank branch in Mandi Industrial Area with arms in their hands.
The cashier and two other employees were present, including manager Deepak Parashar. The miscreants put a revolver on the staff. He fired a bullet at the bank wall for threatening. This also made the staff nervous. After this a crook asked the cashier for the key. After this, open the vault and run away after picking up a hair tray.
13 lakh rupees saved
Bags of 100 and 500 rupee notes of Rs 19.72 lakh were kept in this tray. Whereas, in the second hair tray, about 13 lakh rupees were kept. Whom the crooks could not flee They also escaped by snatching the cash of the cashier and manager while exiting the bank premises. This bank is on the main highway.
Which was opened in the month of July, 2018. Being in the industrial area, there is less congestion here. The miscreants chose the PNB located on the highway to escape the loot easily. A team of six miscreants who entered the bank premises were riding in the Bolero. With whose help all the crooks immediately escaped.
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Banerjee will be leaving for New Delhi on Tuesday, the sources said.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will be visiting New Delhi on Tuesday, September 17, where she is expected to meet on Wednesday with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Sources at the Secretariat of State said Ms. Banerjee has sought an appointment and the Prime Minister’s Office has set the time for the meeting at 4.30 p.m. on Wednesday.
The two leaders expected to hold discussions at the meeting on West Bengal's administrative issues, the sources said.
Banerjee has been one of the harshest critics of BJP and Modi.
This will be Trinamool Congress chairperson’s first meeting with the Prime Minister after the BJP-led government came to power in 2019. The BJP also recorded its best ever tally winning 18 of the 42 seats in West Bengal.
While Ms. Banerjee had met the Prime Minister on a few occasions in his first term, the last meeting took place at the convention of the Visva-Bharati University in 2018, attended by Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
Even post-election results Ms. Banerjee had on certain occasions declined to decline to visit Delhi to participate in meetings called by the Centre. Ms. Banerjee is likely to return either on Thursday or Friday.
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Kolkata-Agartala Air India flight was postponed for around two hours on Sunday after a swarm of honey bees was seen before the airship while it was maneuvering towards the principle runway here, a airlines authority said.
The plane with 136 travelers and group individuals installed the AI 743 flight was booked to withdraw at 9.40 am.
The honey bees were seen by the pilots when the Airbus A319 was moving towards the runway for the take-off.
The pilots carried the flying machine to a halt as further development could have harmed the plane and hurt the travelers if the honey bees entered it through the motors, the Air India representative said.
Fire administrations staff were called to handle the issue.
It was discovered that the honey bees didn't enter the airship nor any harm was caused to the plane.
Prior to this episode, the flight had been postponed for quite a while because of a specialized tangle.
The plane at last set out for the Tripura capital at 12.45 pm.