Jamshedpur: Theft in four houses and a shop during Chhath Puja, police had said – surveillance will be maintained from house to ghat.

Jamshedpur News: The police had made extensive preparations for the Chhath festival. The police had said that people should celebrate the festival and they will look after the security from their homes to the ghat, but considering the police’s activism as an insult, the thieves committed theft in four houses and a shop in two days during the festival. However, the thieves did not succeed in one house. Uday Singh, resident of Mahavir Colony under Ulidih police station of Mango, had gone to Dimna Lake with his family on Monday morning to celebrate Chhath. By the time we returned, the thieves had broken the lock and escaped with jewelery worth Rs 10 lakh and Rs 60 thousand in cash from the cupboard and box bed. Thieves broke the main door of the house of Upendra Sharma, who lived next to him, but could not steal. As soon as Uday Singh came to know about the theft, his 65-year-old mother Kalavati Devi fainted. He told that his younger son is engaged. Jewelery was purchased with that in mind. While going to the ghat, the elder daughter-in-law had removed her neck chain and earrings. The thieves took everything. Neighbor Ashok Patro told that a month ago, one lakh rupees was stolen by breaking the lock in my house. The thieves attacked with rods. Even after a month of complaining, no action was taken. After this the people of the colony raised slogans against the police. Said that brown sugar, ganja and heroine are being sold openly in the locality. BJP leader Vikas Singh said that if the thieves are not caught soon, the police station will be surrounded.

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