Robbery at Howrah: Daredevil robbery with gun on child’s head in Howrah, looted gold and money – Robbery at Howrah jagatballavpur in clothing businessman house mdv

Robbery at Howrah: Daredevil robbery with gun on child’s head in Howrah, looted gold and money – Robbery at Howrah jagatballavpur in clothing businessman house mdv
Robbery at Howrah: Daredevil robbery with gun on child’s head in Howrah, looted gold and money – Robbery at Howrah jagatballavpur in clothing businessman house mdv

Howrah Robbery: An adventurous robber attacked the house of a businessman in Howrah in Kakvor. No one in the house woke up in the morning. A group of miscreants entered the house and robbed a seven-year-old boy on the head like a movie. The incident took place early Friday morning in Sakalbazar area of ​​Jagatballabpur in Howrah. Allegedly, the owner of the house was severely beaten. Wife and son did not get exemption.

Bariya owner was hit with an iron rod and severely beaten. The incident spread panic in the area. Police reached the spot.

According to media reports, it is known from police sources that on this day, about eight to ten robbers attacked the house of the cloth merchant named Sujit Kanda. Businessman Sujit Babu entered his house and hit him on the head with an iron rod. He fell down in a bloody state after being severely beaten.

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The miscreants looted gold jewelery and cash from the house. Sujit Babu’s body jewelry was also taken off. The miscreants ransacked inside the house for about an hour. According to Sujit Babu, the assailants looted gold jewelery worth around 10 to 12 lakh rupees. They tied the hands and feet of everyone in the house. Neighbors came running when Sujit Babu started shouting after looting and running away. They rescued Sujit Babu and his wife and son.

The article is in Bengali

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