Patna: There is no limit to crimes in India like robbery, murder and rape always happen on alternate days. One more incident in Bihar came to fore, from the incident of robbery and murder that took place in a jewellery shop located in Hajipur. The incident is of June 22. This incident of robbery was captured in the CCTV camera installed in the shop. The CCTV footage shows how the robbers enter Neelam Jewelers, located between Subhash Chowk and Madai Chowk, one by one in the early evening.
As soon as they enter the shop, the accused take out their weapons, and ask everyone to sit. When the accused enter the shop, a woman, her two children and two other buyers are also present there. The accused first ask the woman and her children to sit down. After this, he slaps one of the two other customers sitting in front of the woman.
After this, he starts beating Sunil Priyadarshi, the owner of Neelam Jewellery. During this, some accomplices of the gang are seen guarding outside the shop, while some other accomplices are also seen filling jewelry from the shop in their bags. When the owner of the shop tries to escape from the accused by opposing the incident of robbery, the accused first beat him up and later shoot him to death. The special thing is that this area is congested, yet no one even came to know about this incident and the accused fled from the spot after carrying out the incident.
— Sanket Upadhyay (@sanket) June 26, 2022
After getting information about the incident, the police reached the spot and started investigation into the matter. However, so far there is no information about any arrest in this case. The police is trying to identify the accused with the help of the footage of the CCTV camera installed in the shop. Let us tell you that this is not the first incident of looting in Bihar. Just a few months ago, in East Champaran, Bihar, fearless criminals had carried out the incident of robbery in broad daylight.
In fact, six criminals shot and robbed two brothers in a jeweler’s shop in Chakia Bazar of the district. Surprisingly, in this congested area, the criminals easily left after carrying out the incident.
The incident was captured on CCTV. Sudhir and Pawan Sarraf were fired upon by about six gulls after entering the jewelery shop. Sudhir was shot in the hand and Pawan’s thigh. The criminals looted fiercely and fled. The gold and silver jewelery shop of Pawan Saraf, councilor of Ward Four of Chakia Nagar Panchayat, is in Chotki Bazar of Chakia Kesaria Road. As soon as they entered the shop, armed criminals attacked the store’s vault and galley.