Uttarakhand: Thieves' failed attempt to rob the Union Minister's office

Aug 01 2020 04:10 PM
Uttarakhand: Thieves' failed attempt to rob the Union Minister's office

Dehradun: Miscreants tried to rob the Union Minister of Human Resource Development, Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank's camp office at Nand Vihar Colony in Haridwar. Breaking the lock, the thieves entered the office, and unloaded the AC and opened it, but did not take any goods with them. As soon as the information was received in the office of the Central Minister, the police was stunned. The police arrived at the scene and investigated, and the footage of CCTV cameras is being searched for the thieves.

It is the camp office of Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Central Minister in Nand Vihar Colony of Jwalapur Kotwali area. On Friday, BJP leader and former Mandal President Sanjay Sehgal, who was a few steps away from the camp office, was shocked when he saw the lock of the main gate broken.

After peeping inside, it was found that the whole stuff was lying messy. Two ACs were opened and kept on the bed. From the toilet, the kitchen basins were also opened. An attempt was also made to open the RO, but the special thing was that the thieves did not take any goods. After getting the information, the railway post-in-charge Laxmi Singh got information about the event. Kotwali in-charge Praveen Singh Koshyari said that the matter is being investigated.

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