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Shopkeeper gets threatened letter, sensation spread: Rs 15 lakh ransom demand, victim filed a case, police started investigation

Shopkeeper gets threatened letter, sensation spread: Rs 15 lakh ransom demand, victim filed a case, police started investigation

A shopkeeper from Malpura Pachewar town received a threatening letter on Friday morning. As soon as the letter was received, sensation spread among the nearby shopkeepers including the victim. Taking the letter seriously, the shopkeeper immediately filed a case against the unknown person in the police. And opened the shutter of the shop. As soon as he opened the shutter of the shop, he saw a letter in front. As soon as the shopkeeper started reading the letter, he got nervous. Along with receiving a threatening letter to those who meet, he told to ask for a ransom of Rs 15 lakh. Some of his meeting with the shopkeeper reached the police station and apprised them of the whole situation, on which the police registered a case on the basis of the report presented by the shopkeeper. ASI Singh said that in this letter given by the unknown person, the shopkeeper was demanded to deliver Rs 15 lakh to the place mentioned. At the same time, while threatening the unknown person wrote that if he did not deliver Rs 15 lakh to the place mentioned or made the mistake of giving information to the police, then it was also warned to be ready to face the consequences. Warning was written that if 15 If not given lakhs of rupees, then both his sons will be abolished. On this, the victim shopkeeper pleaded for the security of his family and demanded legal action against the unknown person. Police searched CC TVs at different places along with starting the investigation.

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July 23rd 2022, 2:31 am
Amitesh Kumar
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