Three accused arrested for looting 71 lakh rupees in Kawardha, police recovered 40 lakh, one accused absconding

Three accused arrested for looting 71 lakh rupees in Kawardha, police recovered 40 lakh, one accused absconding

July 10, 2020 Off By Vishnu Mahanand

In Kawardha district, on Thursday, the police arrested three accused in the case of looting 71 lakh rupees. At the same time, one of the accused is being absconding.

Kawardha. On Thursday, the police arrested three accused in the case of looting 71 lakh rupees in the district. At the same time, one of the accused is being absconding. On Thursday, the accused absconded by robbing a bag full of Rs 71 lakh, after putting a red chilli in his eye, showing the cuttings of Rice Miller’s scribe. On Friday morning, the police arrested three accused from Kawardha and village Kanjeta in the case. The police have seized 40 lakhs from the village Kanjeta shop and Rs 9 lakh from an accused in Kawardha. The district police is interrogating the accused, as one of the accused is being absconded. The same amount of 20 lakhs has not been recovered.

At present, the police are not giving full information, but SP KL Dhruv has said to be disclosed in the case today. Fort Vivekanand Sinha, the fortification division of the incident reached Kawardha on Thursday, inspected the site of the incident and also met the victims. There was a lot of pressure on the police due to the case, due to which the police was engaged in the investigation overnight.

Here is the event
Munshi Paras Yadav and Manoj Kashyap of Munna Agarwal-Dilip Agarwal, the operators of Rice Mill located at Village Newari on Thursday morning, were going to Bilaspur on the same route by taking a huge amount of Rs 71 lakh from motor cycle. This amount was to be given to a businessman in Bilaspur. But at the same time, near the village Junglepur in the middle of Pandatarai police station and Kunda police station area, a scooty and a masked young man in a bike chased them. after showing the bike and stopped them. As soon as the employees stopped the bike, a robber put red pepper powder on the eyes of both the employees, which made him uncomfortable. Taking advantage of this opportunity, the robbers looted a bag full of notes from the employees. He absconded after dropping the bike. After the incident, the employees took care of themselves and reported the incident to their boss by phone. On this, Rice Mill Director Dilip Aggarwal informed the police officer about the incident. (police)