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At Gwalior he was axed due to an old enmityAchi News

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Release Date: | Tue, 20 Sep 2022 05:25 PM (IST)

Gwalior. New Zealand representative. Due to an old enmity, 4 miscreants beat and kicked the youth. He somehow managed to escape from them and reached his house, whereupon the accused entered his house, beat him and cut his brother with an axe. The incident took place in Bharat Market area under Maharajpura police station. The police came to the spot and investigated the incident and registered a case. Maniram Gurjar, son of Rampakash Gurjar, a resident of Bharat Market under Maharajpura police station, has complained of an old dispute with Lavkush, Sujan, Kamlesh and Shailendra Rana, who live nearby. Today when he had come to the Indian market for some work, Lovekush, Sujan, Kamlesh and Shailendra surrounded him and started beating him. Somehow, escaping from them, he ran to his house, whereupon the accused followed him. Subsequently, his brother Devesh was hacked with an ax and beaten with a stick. When the police reached the spot after coming to know about the matter, the accused escaped. The injured have been admitted for treatment and the police are searching for the culprits.

A bookie caught while betting

They stand on the road and make bets. A bookie has been sent to Subhash town by Hazira police station on the informant’s tip. The police recovered the money along with the betting slip from the arrested bookie and started investigation. Hazira police station in-charge Manish Thak said that information has been received for a few days that a bookie is doing betting in and around Subhash Nagar. Acting on the information, ASI, Principal Constable Arvind Sharma, Constables Dharmendra, Anuj and Rajesh came in search of the bookies. Then, it was revealed that the bookies were changing place and placing bets daily. The police came to know about this and found that the betting was done in Subhash Nagar. On seeing the police, Buki ran away and the police chased him and caught him. When the police searched him, they found money along with the race ticket. The bookie caught up in the police investigation has been identified as Anshu’s son Satyapan Srivas, a resident of Subhash Nagar.

Posted by: Anil Tomar

NaiDunia local


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