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No clue found even after eight months in the daylight theft of lakhs.

Cine Aajkal New Delhi, 15 January 2023. So far no clue has been found in the broad daylight theft of about Rs 50 lakh that took place eight months ago in Ghazipur police station area of the capital Delhi.

This incident took place on 7 April 2022 at 10.30 am at Rajendra Prasad Sharma, a resident of house number B.67 of GD Colony, Ghazipur police station area of East district. Ghazipur police station case number ED GH 000189/2022 was registered in this regard.

The victim paper businessman Mr. Sharma has complained about this incident to the Home Minister Amit Shah and the Special Commissioner of Police, Delhi. The matter is currently being investigated by Inspector of the Special Unit, Mr. Satendra Khadi. Notices have also been published in newspapers for information regarding two suspicious persons. Despite this, no clue has been found so far.

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According to the FIR, about 21 lakh cash and 444 grams of gold jewellery were stolen. At the time of the incident, the victim Mr. Sharma had gone to the market along with his family. On returning within half an hour, he found that the lock of the door and the lock of the almirah were broken. And the cash and gold and silver were found missing. He immediately informed the police about the incident. The police team reached the spot and investigated.

The victim Mr. Sharma told that neither the thief's clue nor the goods have been recovered in the investigation of the police till now. The people of the area are still surprised by this incident which took place in broad daylight. Mr. Sharma's senior advocate Mr. Ranjan Kumar told that he will soon approach the court demanding the investigation of this gruesome theft incident.

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