Hemant Sharma, Indore. In Madhya Pradesh’s Indore, miscreants stabbed and injured a young man by pretending to be a police informer. The miscreants have executed the incident in front of the temple. Whose CCTV footage has also come to the fore. The police have registered a case and started searching for the accused.
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According to the Canadian Police, the injured Devendra Nagar resident Musakhedi and Kanha Bhardwaj resident Shivnagar Musakhedi do painting work. Both the friends had come to paint the house behind the auto garage. That’s why the criminals attacked Devendra with a sharp knife after doing rake. At the same time threatening that next time he informs, he will kill him and fled from there. The garage operator and employees ran and chased but the accused could not be caught.
The entire incident has been captured in the CCTV camera. Devendra has suffered deep injuries in his chest and hands. The garage staff immediately got the injured Devendra admitted to MY Hospital. Also informed the police. The police registered an FIR and started searching for the criminals. It is being told that the names of all the accused are also in the goon list and have recently been released from jail.
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Here, the police have arrested two accused who carried out the incident of robbery from a young man at knife point near Hanuman temple in Gandhi Nagar police station area of Indore. Two days ago, along with a young man named Rajkumar Malviya, three miscreants had carried out the robbery incident. The accused had absconded after looting gold and silver ornaments along with cash. After this, the victim lodged a complaint in the police station. Today, Crime Branch has arrested Sunil Gujarati and Vikram alias Kalu Bhau while disclosing. A minor accused is absconding. The police have also recovered the looted goods from the miscreants.
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