In front of the Rajpura police station located on the highway of Ganganagar area, the miscreants broke into an electrical showroom and cleaned the goods worth millions. The showroom operator, who arrived at the shop for some work in the morning, saw the grill dismantled and the ground slipped under his feet. He informed the police. After the police station, the forensic team reached the spot and conducted an investigation. The police have filed a case and started action.
Manu Jain, a resident of AWHO Colony, Rakshapuram, has a showroom in the name of Jain Electricals in front of Rajpura Police Outpost located on Mawana Road. Along with that, they also do the work of manure and seeds. He said that on Friday evening, he had returned from his showroom at 7 pm. Saturday, when he came to the showroom for some work, he saw electricals were in a messy state. On information, Inspector Brajesh Kumar Sharma reached the spot and inquired about the incident.
Theft of these items
Manu Jain told the police that the miscreants had 10 mixer grinders, 15 fans, 10 presses, one TV, one LED, bundles of 90 wires from different companies, cash of six thousand from the gala and DVR of CCTV cameras installed in the showroom etc. The goods have been stolen. Later, the forensic team investigated the damaged grill on the roof through the mummies. According to showroom operator Manu Jain, an estimated loss of around two and a half million has been reported.
Third theft in three years
Manu Jain said that this is the third incident of theft in the last three years in his establishment. Earlier too, similar incidents have taken place twice. The police post is across the road at a distance of a few steps. But the Rajpura police checkpoint remains locked for the day. The aggrieved businessman expressed his displeasure at the incident at the Rajpura post station Pradeep, who arrived on the spot.
Ganganagar police station inspector Brajesh Kumar Sharma said that the forensic team was called on the spot and some samples were taken. A case has been registered for the incident. Action is being taken. Soon the incident will reign.