The increasing cases of crime are surprising everyone. In such a case that has come to the fore, Akash Sharma, who had once learned to be an inspector in Savdhaan India, has been arrested on the information of fake robbery on Monday. In this case, after the news of the robbery of 45 thousand rupees on Turner Road, the police resolved the whole matter within two hours. In the interrogation, in this case, the accused told that 'He had made this plan to avoid the borrowers, but could not succeed.' At the same time, the police said that, 'Aakash Sharma, resident of Clementstown Police Lane No.13, informed the police in the afternoon that he had withdrawn 45 thousand rupees from the State Bank of India located on Turner Road and when he came out of the bank with the amount of red color Apache helmet on bike wearing arrived two men robbed cash from him. While sitting behind the bike protest punk stabbed with something on his hand. Due to which he fell down. During this time he has also suffered injuries.
According to further information, in this case, the news of public robbery caused panic in the police and along with SO Narottam Bisht, CO Anuj Kumar reached the spot along with the team and City Superintendent of Police Shweta Choubey told that, 'the scene of the incident was inspected Contradiction was found in the words of Akash. People around were also questioned. But no one denied being aware of the incident like this.
When in doubt, in this case, the police started digging footage of CCTV cameras installed outside the surrounding shops and houses, but no cameras showed any Apache bike and no other red-colored bikes were also seen. At the same time, after searching through the intensity of complainant Akash Sharma's car, he recovered 45 thousand rupees from the bottom of the step in Diggi, after which the accused started apologizing for his mistake. In this case, the police have registered a case for giving false information about the robbery and arrested him.