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Crook Manoj Sah caught before robbing CSP centre -Araria

Crook Manoj Sah caught before robbing CSP centre -Araria

Big success for Araria Police, crook Manoj Sah caught before robbing CSP centre -Araria, Bihar

Raniganj police in Araria got a big success on Thursday. The criminal plotting to rob the CSP centre has been arrested. Two country-made pistols and six live cartridges were recovered from his possession.

The caught crook Manoj Sah is a resident of the Jankinagar police station area of ​​Purnia district.

Raniganj SHO Kaushal Kumar told that secret information was received that two miscreants are planning a crime at a tea shop in front of the Raniganj bus stand.

Big success for Araria Police, crook Manoj Sah caught before robbing CSP centre -Araria, Bihar

As soon as the information was received, he reached near that tea shop located in Block Chowk with Dalbal. Meanwhile, one miscreant fled with a bike while the other miscreant was caught.

The arrested miscreant was identified as Manoj Sah of the Jankinagar police station area. On search of Manoj Sah, two country-made pistols and six cartridges were recovered. After this Manoj Sah was arrested.

The crook Manoj Sah was trying to rob the CSP operator:

During the interrogation of the miscreant, it was found that Manoj was a resident of Forbesganj along with another miscreant. Both were trying to rob a CSC operator. While waiting for the arrival of the CSP operator, the miscreant got into the hands of the Raniganj police.

The arrested crook Manoj Sah has a long criminal history:

Caught vicious crook Manoj Sah has a long criminal history. There are many cases of robbery, Arms Act registered in many police stations including Jankinagar, Sarsi, K Nagar, Champanagar in Purnia district.

Told that Manoj Sah shot and injured a person in Jankinagar in the year 2008. In that case, he is absconding.
Left home in 2008 and started living in Delhi.

After this came back home in 2018. Then the Jankinagar police caught him and sent him to jail. After being in jail for about six months, he once again stepped into the world of crime.

On April 19 this year, under the Champanagar police station area, Mukesh Sah, a finance worker and resident of Bhargama was wanted in a robbery case of one lakh 35 thousand rupees on the strength of arms.

Apart from this, the matter of registration of many cases is also coming to the fore in Sarsi, Kenagar, Jankinagar, Champanagar police stations.

Criminal cases are registered in many police stations of the Purnia district. The police of Sarsi police station and other police stations are engaged in interrogation. Araria will be sent to judicial custody after interrogation.

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AUTHORDeepa Chandravanshi

Deepa Chandravanshi is the founder of The Magadha Times & Chandravanshi. Deepa Chandravanshi is a writer, Social Activist & Political Commentator.

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