Bihar: 7 lakh rupees looted in broad daylight from employees of sand company

Jun 09 2021 10:51 AM
Bihar: 7 lakh rupees looted in broad daylight from employees of sand company

Arwal: 30 to 40 people wreaked havoc during the construction of a temporary bridge over the canal to drain sand from the Sone river at Korium chowki in Sadar police station area of Arwal district of Bihar on Tuesday afternoon. The employees of the company present there were also assaulted. This was followed by loot of about Seven lakh rupees. The injured Vikas Kumar and Praveen Kumar Yadav have been admitted to sadar hospital.

A written complaint has been lodged with sadar police station in the case and several persons have been named. Vikas Kumar, an employee of The Peacock Crown Company, who was injured in the assault, said that during the construction of the bridge, 30 to 40 people reached there and started stopping construction work. When they resisted, they attacked the head with the butt of the rifle, causing them to fall to the ground after being injured. Some people then attacked with sticks and sticks and fled after snatching around Seven lakh rupees and chains and firing air.

Another injured person and young RJD president Praveen Kumar Yadav said that during the construction work, the attackers started obstructing and tried to create panic by firing air. The rifle's butt was stabbed continuously on the head when opposed. They started beating with sticks and iron rods.

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