2 accused who stole cable from mobile tower arrested: When the alarm played, the technician shouted, left the cable and ran away

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2 accused who stole cable from mobile tower arrested: When the alarm played, the technician shouted, left the cable and ran away
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Police arrested two accused on Thursday night for stealing cable from a mobile tower in Nadi Bhavpura village of Lakeri police station area of ​​Bundi. Police said that on July 17, the alarm played at the tower of a mobile company in Nadi Bhavpura and the technician Rameshwar reached the spot and two thieves were stealing the cable on the tower. The accused ran away leaving the cable on the shout of the technician. The police started searching for thieves on the report of the company's state officer Jitendra Singh. On the basis of CCTV footage, several people were questioned and arrested Dilkhush Bairwa and Ramkesh Gurjar, resident of Jalpa Khedi of Ganga kingpin Ravanjana Dungar police station. In police interrogation, the accused said that they said that they said that many towers including Chauth's Nagarwada Hindwad, Shivad, Neemali Only stolen from and the gang includes more members. Gang leader Jitendra Singh previously worked as a technician of a mobile tower. The accused used to cut the cable. He used to give his connection to another cable. Due to which the tower was not down even after the incident. This did not reveal the incident. The police is doing intensive research in the case. The team that arrested the accused included Thanadikari Mahesh Kumar, Head Castable Appulal, Ramesh Chand Surgyan, Puranmal, Mahavir, Suresh Kumar etc. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA CODE OF EITHICS.

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