Police did not take any action, villagers will complain to SSP
Bhaskar News Service
Bajna / Naujheel. The spirits of thieves are high in Managadhi village of police station area. Here, fearlessly under the nose of the police, thieves are engaged in carrying out incidents of theft. The same area police is seen bowing down before the thieves and no action has been taken by the police. While targeting the ancient temple, the thieves broke the donation box and ran away after carrying out the theft incident. There is anger among the villagers against the police. On the other hand, they have gone to the SSP office and told about the complaint. According to the information, there is an ancient Siddha Baba temple in Managadhi village. Due to the recognition of the temple, hundreds of people come here every day to offer prayers. Which is located just 100 meters away from the police post. On Sunday night, thieves targeted the temple and broke the donation box and carried out the theft. Diya and fled. People who came to offer prayers in the morning were shocked to see the donation box broken. People thronged the temple on the information of theft. The information was given to the area police. On information, the outpost in-charge Managadhi Yash Kumar reached. Just 100 meters away, the police reached the spot two hours after the information and returned after supplying food. On the other hand, the members of the ancient Siddha Baba Mandir Seva Samiti told that 15-20 thousand rupees have been stolen from the donation box. On the other hand, if the area police does not listen, a complaint will be made by meeting the SSP. On the other hand, there is anger among the devotees due to the incident of theft in the temple and there is an atmosphere of fear among the people of the area. On the other hand, Inspector Arun Kumar Balyan told that the investigation is being done in the incident of theft. Soon the incident will be disclosed.—————————Police failed to open the incident of theft that happened five days ago in Saddikpur village of regional MLA Rajesh Chaudhary, on May 18, thieves looted gold while targeting the house of Ashok Kumar. Theft of about Rs 12 lakh, including silver jewelery and cash of Rs 2.5 lakh, absconded while carrying out the incident and the thieves had thrown the empty boxes in a field on the edge of the village. The incident of this theft which took place five days ago has not been disclosed yet. Which is being told by the victim as the failure of the police.
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