Thieves should be arrested and recovered goods: Villagers again reached SP office and expressed anger, said-Police is not taking action

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Thieves should be arrested and recovered goods: Villagers again reached SP office and expressed anger, said-Police is not taking action
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The villagers once again reached the Superintendent of Police Office and protested, accusing them of not taking any action on the theft incident in Baddalia village in Adarsh ​​Nagar police station area. Later submitted a memorandum to Ajmer SP and demanded appropriate action. Also warned that if the thieves are not arrested soon, the movement will be done.

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Badalia resident victim Mishrilal said that on July 13, there was a robbery at his house. During this time he went to his guard's job and the whole family was sleeping outside at home. Meanwhile, unknown miscreants broke the fake and carried out the theft incident and stole the jewelry made for the wedding of the wife's gold and silver and son with four lakh cash.

Victim Mishrilal It is alleged that BC was open shortly before that. The miscreants were aware of this and due to this he carried out the theft incident at home. Information about this case has also been given to the police, but no action was taken. In such a situation, action has been requested by reaching the SP office again. So that the police can take the accused behind bars and get their money and jewelery back. Significantly, in the past, the villagers have submitted a memorandum to the SP. Villagers allege that even after that the police did not take any action. Broke and entered, woke up in the morning, it was found out

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