Bhopal Crime News: Youth posing as passengers robbed auto driver IG News

The incident took place near Futa Tomb. The youth had boarded the auto from the gate of Karond Mandi. Police started searching for the accused.

Publish Date: Fri, 25 Aug 2023 08:45 AM (IST)

Updated Date: Fri, 25 Aug 2023 08:45 AM (IST)

Bhopal Crime News: Youth posing as passengers robbed auto driver
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  1. The victim is a mason by profession.
  2. He also drives an auto in the evening.
  3. Hanumanganj police station started searching for the accused.
Bhopal (Navdunia Representative) Bhopal Crime News. In the Hanumanganj police station area of ​​the old city, two youths posing as passengers looted seven and a half thousand rupees from an auto driver. The incident took place on Wednesday night in the Futa Maqbara area. Police is looking for the miscreants on the basis of CCTV footage and Hulia.

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SI Raghavendra Singh of Hanumanganj police station told that Rambabu Vishwakarma, a resident of Kalyannagar, Chhola, is a mason by profession. After working at a construction site during the day, he also drives an auto in the evening. He found two youths near the gate of Karond Mandi at 8.30 pm on Wednesday night. He told Rambabu to walk till the burst tomb. After this both got into the auto. He made the auto stop near Dulichand Ka Bagh in Phuta Maqbara. After this, in the dark, they looted 7500 rupees from Rambabu by threatening them. This amount was raised by Rambabu to be deposited in the Anjuman. After looting, the youth fled from there. After this, Rambabu reached the police station and lodged a complaint. Police is looking for the accused after registering a case of robbery.

Nursery watchman assaulted in dispute over cattle entry

On the other hand, Karan Singh, who worked as a watchman in the plantation nursery of Gandhi Nagar, was beaten up by some people. Due to this he has got serious injuries. An FIR has also been registered in its Najirabad police station. Chowkidar Karan Singh Tanwar (50) told that he works as a private watchman in the plantation nursery of the Forest Department. On August 24, he was doing tree plantation work in Gandhinagar village. Ratanlal Silavat’s cattle came to the nursery around 11.30 am. On objecting to which Ratanlal and his son Kailash Silavat beat up Karan Singh. Police has registered the case and started investigation.