Raipur: Trivial dispute between two men in village Parsada under Mandir Hasaud police station led to murderous attempt on one. According to police, victim Pawan Nishad on Friday night had an argument with accused Choti Dhivar over some old dispute. In between the argument, Choti suddenly rushed to his house and came rushing with an iron hammer and straightway attacked Pawan on his head. Neighbours immediately rushed to the spot after which Choti fled from there while Pawan was rushed to a nearby hospital. Later, Pawan’s elder brother Santosh Nishad lodged a complaint with regards to the incident in Mandir Hasaud police station following which police have registered an offence under Section 307 IPC against absconding Choti and is now investigating the matter further.
House, medical store burgled in separate places
Central Chronicle News
Raipur, Sept 19:
Unidentified burglars broke into a house and a medical store in the city during last 24-hours and decamped with cash and valuables from both the places.
According to police, unidentified burglars broke into the locked house of complainant Praveen Awasthi in Ganpati Nagar locality of Changorabhata while he was out of the city on an official tour. Returning back to city, Awasthi found the main door’s lock broken and missing. Entering inside he found everything inside had been ransacked completely and the intruders had taken away cash Rs 7000, a laptop computer and couple of medical equipment all totaling to Rs 50000. The burglary was soon complained in DD Nagar police station following which police have registered an offence under Section 457, 380 IPC against unidentified burglars and is now investigating the matter further.
In another incident, unidentified burglars broke into Balaji Medical Stores situated at Netaji Chowk in Katora Talab locality on the intervening night of Friday-Saturday and decamped with cash Rs 7500 and couple of silver coins by breaking the shop’s cash counter. The burglary was reported at Civil Lines police station on Saturday morning following which police have registered an offence under Section 457, 380 IPC against unidentified burglars and is now investigating the matter further.
Elder brother attempts on younger sibling over property dispute, arrested
Central Chronicle News
Raipur, Sept 19:
Long standing property dispute between two brothers on Friday turned murderous when the elder brother crushed the younger one with his car in Sarora locality of Urla. While the assailant had managed to escape from the spot after committing the crime, he was later arrested by police late in the night. Meanwhile, the condition of the injured brother remains critical.
According to police, accused Yogesh Agarwal and his younger brother Harsh Agarwal are owners of a rolling mill in Sarora locality. On Friday, Harsh got resumed work in the factory after a short lockdown. Coming to know of this, Yogesh reached the factory and started threatening the workers and staff and ordered them to shut production and move out of the factory premises. Seeing him in a foul mood, the factory supervisor called Harsh over phone and intimated about him about the circumstances. Soon Harsh reached the factory and both the brothers entered into Harsh’s office arguing bitterly.
The duo remained inside the office for nearly thirty minutes after which both came out and headed towards their respective cars. While Harsh was about to enter into his car, Yogesh suddenly started his car and rammed into Harsh at a high speed. Not satisfied with this attack, Yogesh reversed his car and once again crushed Harsh lying on the ground and fled from the spot.
Employees somehow put critically injured Harsh in his car and rushed him to a private hospital where he was diagnosed with critical spinal injuries and injuries to his upper and lower limbs.
Meanwhile, police have registered an offence under Section 307 IPC against Yogesh Agarwal and is now investigating the matter further.