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A proprietor of a chocolate shop at a market in Jacobpura was robbed on Friday night by a person riding a scooter, who allegedly snatched ₹10 lakh from him. The police said they checked the photos of CCTV cameras hooked up close to the spot to identify the snatcher.Man riding scooter snatches Rs 10 lakh from chocolates shop owner in Gurugram 2

The incident comes almost a month after a garment store owner was robbed and murdered near the Jain temple in Sadar Bazar.

According to the police, Yash Kalra, the sufferer, and proprietor of Hari Sweets, turned into walking toward his vehicle, parked near his shop, around 10.45 pm, when the accused guy snatched the bag of cash from him. “I started on foot toward my car. I turned into wearing my bag, which contained around Rs 10 lakh in cash — series from the income over three days. Suddenly, a person on a scooter came and snatched my bag. When I screamed for help, my body of workers ran after him but could not capture him,” Kalra stated in his first records document.

Ranjeet Singh Bhayana, and endorse in district court, who lives near the spot, said that the CCTV cameras installed at his residence captured the incident. He introduced, “There were at the least four guys doing a reconnaissance of the region close to the shop.”
Kalra, Bhayana, and at least 20 different businessmen of the marketplace in Jacobpura met Sumer Singh, DCP (west), on Saturday morning and discussed the difficulty.
Dalvir Singh, SHO, Gurugram metropolis police station, stated, “The photos are grainy, and the accused and range of his scooter are not sincerely seen. The police are investigating the case.”

Kalra stated he is worried about the deteriorating regulation and order scenario for investors. He introduced, “I have asked my children to look for an opportunity career.”
A case turned into registered towards the accused underneath section 379A of the IPC at the Gurugram town police station on Friday.

Meanwhile, the spokesman stated the Army camps across the Valley celebrated the Eid-ul-Fitr with the locals and spread the message of peace and tranquillity. “The occasion of joy and sharing the gratitude became celebrated through conveying correct needs and dispensing of Eidi to kids and locals that symbolizes this festival as a continuum of the spiritually enriching message of Ramadan,” the spokesman said.

He stated, “the joyousness of Eid isn’t a lead to itself, but is a route that shows the manner ahead toward the pursuit of self-focus and gratitude for the privileges one has. The understanding one has isn’t just for the betterment of oneself, but additionally for the betterment of our society, the circle of relatives, pals and community at big.”


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