Gondia district has increased motorcycle theft. Theft of 20 motorbike was seized from eight gang members of the motorcycle theft. But police informed the owner of 8 of the 20 motorbike seized by the police.
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Gondia: Gondia district has increased motorcycle theft. Theft of 20 motorbike was seized from eight gang members of the motorcycle theft. But police informed the owner of 8 of the 20 motorbike seized by the police. But who is the owner of the 12 motorbike, this question is in front of the police.
Local crime branch arrested 8 persons in village Majitpur area under Gangesri police station on March 10. After examining them, they found 20 motorcycles. Out of 20 motorcycle seized, 8 motorcycle crime cases are lodged in Tiroda, Gondiya city, Raavanwadi, Gondia rural and Ramnagar police stations. However, the police could not get the information that there are 12 motorcycle seized. The people who were stolen from the vehicle were not complained by the police. The police could not even get information about who got the vehicles.
The cost of the recovered motorcycle is 9 lakh 65 thousand rupees.
In the past few days, there has been an increase in motorcycle theft in the city including the city. Hundreds of motorcycles have been stolen in a year and a half. But fewer cases have been filed in this regard.
The accused has been in PCR for 6 days
On March 10, 20 motorcycles were seized from the accused. The accused, Shivam Santosh Kharele (19), Shubham Ramesh Patley (20), Jitendra Sevakaram Sakore (22nd of Mizitpur), Salaam Rafiq Sheikh (20), Rahul Randra Mascare (20), Rakesh Ramdas Madavi (27), Pravin alias Chhotu Ganesh Bisen (25) and Ganesh Prahlad Meshram (20, resident of Gangajari) were initially confined to the police custody till March 13. After that, the police had been awarded custody till March 16. The accused were produced before the court on Saturday evening. The court has sent them to judicial custody.
Police do not complain about fear
Many people are not complaining to the police, because the people whose vehicle was stolen went to the police station to complain, because the diary is dealing with the behavior of the employee. Citizens are told that the vehicle that has been stolen, is being treated by the police as if the vehicle owner who reached the police station to register a complaint with him or herself has committed a crime. So many people suffer losses due to motorbike but they do not complain. Police do not take cases for not seeing the increase in crime in our police station. It is necessary that the Superintendent of Police must take care of this.