Electricity department employees assaulted in Secunderabad: Team went to catch power theft, accused of beating domineering father and sons

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The power department team, who went to the village Bhaura in Secunderabad, was taken hostage and assaulted. The accused locked the electrical workers in a room and beat them fiercely. After which Under Engineer Pawan Kumar has filed a report against three people Netrapal Singh, Anujraj and village Bhaura resident of Sonu. According to the information, Under Engineer Pawan Kumar has lodged in the report lodged at Kakod police station that for revenue collection as per the instructions of the high officials. Camp has been set up in village Bhaura. Manish Kumar reached the meter with TGTu Sanjeev Kumar, Amit Kumar Lineman, Manoj Kumar Lineman and Nitesh Kumar on the complaint of consumer Netrapal Singh's meter. Started videography. Whose footage is safe. Suddenly, Netrapal and his two sons Anurag and Sonu came out of the room and took him inside the house abusing me and other staff. The trio started killing me and other TGTU with sticks and kick-bribes and assaulted. According to the accused Engineer Pawan Kumar, the accused, according to the accused Engineer Pawan Kumar, took hostage inside the room for about an hour and closed the door for about an hour. The assault and 5,400 rupees kept in my pocket also left during the fight. Torn and thrown government documents. Due to the fighting, I and Sanjeev and Manish suffered serious serious injuries. The police have filed a report against the accused in various sections. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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