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The miscreants looted grain by holding a farmer hostage in Lalitpur, UP. The police have registered a case and started searching for the miscreants.
In Uttar Pradesh, under village Banpur in Lalitpur district, half a dozen miscreants took a tractor trolley full of wheat after robbing a farmer’s hand and looting it. Somehow the farmer stayed there for two hours. Reached the rope of hands and feet and reached the police station. As soon as the information is received, the police is busy in catching the accused.
According to the information, farmer Veer Sukkan Putra Ramla Rajak, resident of village Veer of Thana, Thanpur, did a threshing of the wheat crop on Tuesday night in his farm located outside the village, in which about 30 quintals of wheat was taken out and placed in a trolley and put in a Mahindra tractor trolley at night. Slept there at 1 o’clock. At around 1 o’clock at night, more than 6 crooks came and tied their hands and feet and put a cloth in the mouth and took the trolley full of wheat.
The incident was reported after reaching the police station
Somehow the farmer opened his hands and reached the police station at Banpur in the morning and reported the incident, immediately after which the police station officer, Banpur Rajkumar Yadav, started searching for the miscreants. The incident involving robbing a tractor trolley full of wheat by tying the hands and feet of the farmer has created a stir. Here, Superintendent of Police Pramod Kumar said that a case has been registered on half a dozen unidentified robbers and police teams including SOG Police Station, Banpur have been set up to search for them.