Published On : Sat, Apr 23rd, 2016

Robbers, looters and chain-snatchers terrorizing citizens

Nagpur: In-spite of the strict instruction and orders of Nagpur Commissioner of Police S P Yadav, street crimes are not under control in the city. Robbers, looters and chain-snatchers seem to be terrorizing citizens for many months now.

In a fresh case that occurred in Nandanvan, MIDC and Imamwada areas nearly goods worth Rs 3 lakhs was either looted or robbed.

According to police sources, the victim identified as Vishal alias Shivanand Antharam Sahare aged 42 years and a resident of Plot No 67, Chaitanya Nagar was gone on his two-wheeler on a Kacha Rasta on Wathoda. Suddenly two unidentified accused kicked his two-wheeler from the rear. This caused the victim to fall down. The two unidentified accused snatched a bag containing Rs two lakhs from the victim and fled the spot.

On the basis of the complaint lodged by the victim Vishal alias Shivanand Antharam Sahare, Police Sub Inspector N T Poyalwar of Nandanvan Police Station registered a case against unidentified accused under sections 392 and 34 of Indian Penal Code and is investigating further.

In the second incident, the victim identified as Behara Mali Kaimba Durgaprasad Behara aged 50 years and a resident of Plot No A-3403 jaitala Road was returning home in her two wheeler. When she was traversing on Rahi Estate, Jailtala Road, one unidentified accused riding on a yellow coloured motorcycle bearing RTO No. S-0736 hit the lady on her neck from the rear and snatched the Mangalsutra costing Rs 55,000/- and fled the spot.

On the basis of the complaint lodged by the Behara Mali Kaimba Durgaprasad Behara, Assistant Police Inspector Ghanshyam Pande of MIDC Police Station registered a case against unidentified accused under sections 392 of Indian Penal Code and is investigating further.

In the third incident which occurred in Imamwada area, the victim identified as Kanta Anil Kadgade aged 35 years and a resident of Plot No 86, Near Hanuman Mandir, Raja Baksha had gone out to see the Shobhayatra of Hanuman Jayanti in the evening hours of April 22, 2016.

When she was receiving the Prasad on a road between Hanuman Mandir and Medical College, some unidentified person had removed her Mangalsutra costing Rs 40,000/- taking advantage of the crowd.

On the basis of the complaint lodged by the victim Kanta Anil Kadgade, Assistant Police Inspector B S Bele of Imamwada Police Station registered a case against unidentified accused under sections 379 of Indian Penal Code and is investigating further.