Patna: The terror of the accused in Patna, Bihar's capital, is not taking names to stop. Even in the 'Corona crisis', criminal events are being carried out. Patna Police has once again failed to stop these incidents. The latest case is in Alamganj police station area of Patna City, where criminals who run a Sudha milk parlor have been shot and killed.
According to the information, after the local people informed the police about the incident, the police reached the spot and took possession of the body and sent it to Nalanda Medical College (NNCH) for post mortem. The body has been identified as Vinay Kumar Tiwari, a resident of Rohtas district, who was living as a tenant in Gaighat North Gali of Alamganj police station area and Sudha was the operator of the milk parlor.
Local people have said about the incident that Vinay Kumar Tiwari had gone to see the mother in Durga temple at Gayghat before opening his shop like daily. When he was going to his shop in Gayghat, meanwhile, the already ambushed accused shot him in the head, due to which he died on the spot. Police is investigating the reasons for the murder. The police is engaged in digging up CCTV footage in the area.