Gold chain snatched from woman in Shahpura

3/17/2018

Crime Watch

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal A 38-year-old woman was robbed of her gold chain at Sector-A under Shahpura police station area late in the evening on Thursday. According to the police, the victim Lalita Verma was on her way after work and was attacked by two bike borne miscreants and snatched the gold chain she was wearing. A complaint was lodged with the police by the victim. In the complaint the victim claimed that the two bike borne miscreants in the age group of 25-30 years appeared and attacked her and escaped with the gold chain she was wearing. She raised alarm but before she could be helped the miscreants managed to escape the spot. The victim was not able to notice the registration number of the bike as the miscreants escaped the spot at a fast very speed. Based on the complaint after the preliminary investigation the police have registered a case under section 392 of the IPC and have started further investigation. The victim is a resident of Chhawni, Shahpura work as a maid and was on her way to home after completing work and when she reached near house 262 of Sector A the miscreants snatched the gold chain she was wearing. Police said that the victim has claimed that the robbed gold chain was worth Rs 5000.During the further investigation police would investigate CCTV cameras installed in the nearby areas which would help in the nabbing the accused. The area remains deserted late in the evening which provided easy escape for the miscreants.

Miscreants break into house, steal gold and silver jewelleries

Gold and silver jewelleries worth Rs 80,000 were burgled from Harshvardhan Nagar under TT Nagar police station area on Thursday. Police said that the victim Rahul Soni was asleep when miscreants targeted his house and escaped with valuables. In his complaint, the victim stated that he and his family was asleep and adjacent room having valuables which was locked was targeted by miscreants. In the morning they found that the lock of the adjacent room was broken. The almirah having gold and silver jewelry and Rs 5000 cash were burgled. The police have registered a case under section 457 and 380 of the IPC and have started further investigation.

Valuables stolen from house of BHEL employee

Meanwhile, house of a BHEL employee was targeted by miscreants and valuables worth Rs 70000 were burgled from his residence at C- Sector under Piplani police station area on Thursday. According to the police, the victim Padmakar Gaure along with his family had gone to Ayodhya and Varanasi and when he returned the house was found ransacked. A complaint was lodged with the Piplani police and in his complaint the victim stated that he along with his family had gone for pilgrimage to Ayodhya and Varanasi on March 10 and when he returned on Thursday lock was found broken and valuables were found burgled. The total loss in the burglary was Rs 70000 including Rs 8000 cash. Based on the complaint after the preliminary investigation the police have registered a case under section 457 and 380 of the IPC and have started investigation.

Hearing in Hemant Katare case on March 21

The Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday fixed the next date of hearing on March 21 in two petitions filed by Congress legislator Hemant Katare seeking quashing of first information reports (FIRs) concerning rape and abduction charges registered against him on the complaints of a journalism student and her mother. Earlier, investigating officers from police’s Crime Branch and Mahila and Bajaria police stations appeared before a single bench of Justice JK Gupta along with case diary. The court directed the registrar to present the case for hearing before the single bench that had issued the previous order. The court maintained status quo on the stay on the legislator’s arrest till the next hearing.

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