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Robbery Of 3 Lakh Cash From Textile Merchant In Front Of Agra Fort

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  • According to the merchant, the robbers came on the bike
  • Police suspects of the incident in primary investigation
  • There was a stir in the police due to the information of robbery in front of the fort
Agra (Agra) Bike-riding miscreants robbed cash of three lakh rupees from a cloth merchant in front of Agra Fort. The incident of the incident took place late Friday in the local police. The businessman said that the robbers set a target on his temple and fled with the money. Prima facie the police suspect the incident. Police say investigations are being conducted.According to the developments, the cloth merchant Ganga Prasad alias Pappan, a resident of Naulakha, has a clothes shop near Nanda Cinema in the city. According to Ganga Prasad, on Friday evening, he was going by bike to his sister-in-law (relative) Sunil Kumar’s house. According to Ganga Prasad, he had three lakh rupees in cash, he had pulled it out of the bank in the morning. He had to give this amount to his brother-in-law. When he reached the Agra Fort, four miscreants who came riding on the bike surrounded him and shot at the temple. This scared Ganga Prasad and gave all the cash to the robbers.

On this whole incident, Inspector Dinesh Kumar, in-charge of station Rakabganj, says that Ganga Prasad did not inform the police, his friend has informed the police. Ganga Prasad was wearing a dresser and in the primary investigation, it has also come to light that he is having a dispute with his brother-in-law. It is also learned that there was a family program at his sister-in-law’s house on Friday in which he was not invited. From the facts that are coming out, the incident seems prima facie suspicious. However, CCTV footage is being scrutinized in the vicinity given the seriousness of the case.

It has also come to light in the police investigation that Ganga Prasad had withdrawn money from the bank in the morning but after that, he stayed at his shop all day. In this way, the police are not digesting the robbery even in the late evening. Police say that the miscreants will be arrested soon if the charges are found to be true.

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