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Tapri near the hill and fifteen gamblers arrested behind the temple

Tapri near the hill and fifteen gamblers arrested behind the temple


Mhow (AboutGyan News). Kishanganj police on Tuesday raided two places and seized cash along with fifteen gamblers along with 19 motorcycles and cars. ASP Puneet Gehlot said that under the guidance of SDOP Vinod Sharma, action was taken at two places. The first action was raided near Durgapeeth temple located in Mahugaon. Five of the accused accused of gambling were arrested here. Arun Khode, Raj Jadhav, Akash Kumar, three residents Subhash Chowk Mahugaon, Vaibhav Verma resident Dhar Naka, Farukh resident Kakad Mohalla Mahugaon were arrested. Nanu son Santosh resident Dharnaka, Shambhu resident Dhar Naka escaped.

The second action was taken on the tapri built near the Kurban hill in Harsola. Here Krishna Ramdev resident Chhota Bangarda, Navinchandra Parmar resident Clerk Colony Pardeshipura Indore, Praveen Hardia resident Naulakha, Devendra son Narendra resident Banganga, Sanjay Goyal Raoji Bazar, Hussain Ali Juni Indore, Abdul Haider resident New Rani Nagar Sirpur, Mo Aaqib resident Chhatripura Indore, Sumit Karnal resident Aradhana Nagar Indore, Jitu Patel MIG Colony Indore were arrested. Shahid resident Chandan Nagar escaped. Police seized Rs 82 thousand, 19 motorcycles and a car from both the places. In this action, police station in-charge Shashikant Chorasia, Anil Chakre, Ravindra Sagar, Mohan, Munnalal, Mukesh Mudgal, Ashok, Rameshwar, Subhash, Ranjit, Deepak, Nitesh, Gaganjeet, Bharat had special cooperation.

The husband-wife dispute reached the police station

Indorama There was a dispute between the husband and wife about throwing garbage under the Sector 3 Bagdun police station area of ​​​​the city. Kumar Karadia, resident of Anita Aggarwal, Ghatabilloud’s husband Santosh Aggarwal beat up his wife over the matter of throwing garbage. Police registered a case against Santosh Aggarwal, father of complainant Anita Agarwal, against Dhannalal Agarwal.

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Indoram Unknown thieves stole a bike parked outside the Special Economic Zone located near the city sector number 3 hut. According to the information, Anand Kumar’s father Suresh Singh Kushwaha resident Vijay Nagar Colony Indorama, Pithampur’s bike number MP 09 VB 8023 which was standing near the wall of the SEZ in the ground near Maya Plaza, was stolen by some unknown thief. The police registered a case.