CCB nabs two involved in various burglaries

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 10 Jun 2018 10:23:49


Staff Reporter,


Central Crime Branch (CCB) on Saturday nabbed two men accused of burglaries in many homes at Tikrapara area and recovered stolen stuffs worth Rs 1.80 lakh.
Tikrapara Police informed that their investigation began when a woman named Kalpana Shukla, wife of Ramesh Shukla, reported at the Police Station that someone has stolen the gold and silver jewellery along with cash from their home at Pachpedi Naka, Tikrapara.
A FIR under section 457 and 380 of Indian Penal Code was registered and a team of CCB Tikrapara beat was assigned the task to track down the burglars.

The Team soon learned about two suspects living beyond their means, indulging in extravagance that they can’t normally afford. On basis of their description, Police rounded up to accused men namely Nikhil Agrawal (24), resident of Dawda Colony, and Vijay Soni (40), resident of Ramsagarpara.

They initially denied having any involvement, but once the noose of inquisition tightened around them, duo confessed their felonies. Police recovered the stolen jewellery, mobile phone with total worth about Rs 1.80 lakh from them. CCB had handed over the duo to Tikprapara Police.

Former chairperson of Housing Co-op Society apprehended in fraud case

Former chairperson of Housing Cooperative Society has been apprehended on the charges of fraud by selling the land of Society on Saturday.
According to the Telibandha Police, one Kanchan Benarjee lodged a complaint that accused Vijay Tiwari, offered them a 10000 square feet land at prime location belonging to some realtor named Utpal Bhattacharya.

She went to see the land and liked it very much. After giving advance to Utpal, land was registered after 45 days. Total deal set around Rs 10 lakhs, which she paid to accused.

However, Vijay gave the registry paper only after 2 years with much reluctance. He again began hesitating at the time of name transfer and when further enquiry was made, Kanchan was shocked to learn that the land belonged to Cooperative Society and Vijay Tiwari was former chairperson of the society.

When the registry was made, he was still pretending to be
the chairman. Police found the case to legitimate after the detail investigation and arrested Vijay Tiwari, resident of VIP Estate, Shankar Nagar, after registering a FIR under Sections 420, 506, and 34 of Indian Penal Code against him.