Gush: In Madhya Pradesh’s Dhar district late night, armed miscreants barged into a house, took a family hostage and assaulted them. The accused fled away with cash and jewelery worth lakhs at gunpoint. On the information of the incident, the police reached the spot and started investigating the matter.
How the miscreants carried out the robbery
The incident is of Sultanpur under Amjhera police station in the district. Elderly complainant Bhagwan Singh Raghuvanshi has told the whole story of this loot. He told that I was sleeping outside, I heard a little banging in the verandah. When I got up from the bed, I saw that 5 to 6 people were standing with guns in their hands, my son Atul was sleeping inside, I told him to call your father, he will go to the village.
Injured by stoning on the head
The complainant told that my one leg was outside the house and one leg was inside, grabbed me and dragged me. Hit the machine, hit him on the head with a stone. The old man told that my son, my wife and me all three were put to sleep on the bed and 4 to 5 men started collecting things inside. My boy had a 2 kg chain around his neck, a mobile worth Rs 70,000, he took it away. We had two gunmen standing by. The miscreants said tell where the goods are, I said I had gone to Dhar yesterday, I have no money.
The miscreants said to cut off the feet of the grandmother.
The scumbag had 5 to 7 kilos of silver, he took it all, then said cut off grandmother’s feet and got ready with weapons to cut her feet. I had around 6 to 7 thousand rupees in cash, I gave it to them, they ran away by locking the door outside. Absconded with 12 tola gold, gold chain, 7 to 8 kg silver and two and a half lakh rupees in cash. The miscreants had four to five guns, they were other weapons.
On the information of the incident, the police staff along with SDOP Ramsingh Meda reached the spot. According to the police the investigation is ongoing. SDOP Ramsingh Meda told that some miscreants entered the house and carried out the robbery. Report has been filed. At present the matter is being investigated.