Loot of One and Half Lakh in Broad Daylight in Palamu Police Investigation going On

Jharkhand News Palamu News Crime Update Haidernagar police station has become active after the incident. SHO Ajit Kumar said that the matter is being investigated. Very soon the police will catch the robbers.

Hydernagar (Palamu), Jasn. On Tuesday, near the railway crossing on the Japla-Hydernagar main road in Palamu, an incident of robbery took place in a film style. Chandrashekhar Ram, a resident of Pansa village, was going on a tempo. In the meantime, two robbers riding on the bike came from behind and swung away and took away the bag. The bag contained Rs 1.5 lakh. It is said that both the robbers fled towards Japla. After the incident, the Haidernagar police station has become active. Police station in-charge Ajit Kumar Munda said that the matter is being investigated.

He told that very soon the robbers will be caught by the police. According to the information, Chandrashekhar Ram was going to his home in Pansa village after withdrawing money from the bank. After crossing the railway crossing, two people riding on a bike from opposite direction started walking by snatching Chandrashekhar’s bag in the moving bike itself. The robbers crossed the railway crossing and fled towards Japla. It is said that as soon as the robbers crossed the railway crossing, the gate was closed. Therefore, they could not be pursued immediately. The incident has created panic in the area.

Two tractors loaded with illegal sand seized

Despite the NGT’s ban, the business of illegal sand transportation is in full swing in Nilamber Pitambarpur block area. The sand mafia is transporting sand 24 hours a day. To stop illegal sand transportation, the Lesliganj police station conducted a raid operation. In this, two tractors laden with sand have been caught by the police. Police have seized both the tractors and brought them to the police station. Police station in-charge Gautam Kumar Rai said that the sand-laden tractor of Pappu Yadav, resident of Banuwa village, has been confiscated.

It is illegal to lift sand despite the NGT’s ban. A report is being sent to the Mining Department for action against both the seized vehicles. Let us tell you that illegal sand is transported throughout the night from Banua Ghat. Due to this, the villagers of the village falling from Banuwa to Murmusi have become difficult to sleep at night due to the sound of tractor. In this regard, applications have also been given to the rural block office of Murmusi village. Despite this, sand business continues from Banua Ghat.