Mandsaur: Authorities raze properties of close aide of accused who attacked cop

According to further details, the team of officials on Monday Morning reached Sanjeet and Barkheda Gangasa villages of Mandsaur district and demolished kuchha houses

FP News ServiceUpdated: Monday, July 04, 2022, 06:04 PM IST
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Mandsaur (Madhya Pradesh): Taking a disciplinary action, a joint team of police and revenue officials demolished properties owned by a close aide of the accused for strengthening arms of the culprits in the Dalauda loot case on Monday morning.

According to further details, the team of officials on Monday Morning reached Sanjeet and Barkheda Gangasa villages of Mandsaur district and demolished kuchha houses belonging to close aides of three accused involved in the crime.

The action was taken under the leadership of Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Mahendra Tarnekar accompanied by Garoth SDM. The other team members include Malhargarh Tehsildar Premshankar Patel, SDOP Narendra Solanki Police Station Incharge Kamlesh Singar, Girish Jejulkar, Naib Tehsildar Vandana Harit.

Notably, three persons have been recently nabbed in the Dalauda loot case and deadly attack on TI. The amount of cash being stolen from a hardware shop at gunpoint is to be ascertained. Further investigation into the case has been initiated.

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