Ghaziabad robbery: Victim expressed suspicion on late son’s brother-in-law, said this in Tahrir

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Armed miscreants carried out the robbery on Monday night in the house of farmer Bhopal Sharma (70), resident of Chiranjeev Vihar, Sector-8, Kavinagar police station area of ​​Ghaziabad. In this robbery which lasted for nearly four hours, the matter of someone’s hand is coming to light. Bhopal Sharma has accused the police of his late son-in-law Deepak in Tehriar.

The victim Bhopal Sharma has told the police that Deepak’s brother-in-law of his late son may be involved in the robbery that took place in his house. Bhopal Sharma has told in Tahrir that after his son died his brother-in-law came to claim the property of the house.

Not only this, Bhopal Sharma says that Deepak also took possession of his house but later with the help of police administration, he found his house back. He suspects that Deepka also has a hand in the robbery that happened last night.

What is the whole matter, the
crooks stayed in the house from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm. By taking the 8-month-old child to gunpoint, two miscreants, two granddaughters and granddaughters of Bhopal Sharma, tied the hands and put a cloth in the mouth, and the miscreants searched the entire house for 4 hours.

According to the victim’s family, the crooks looted jewelery worth Rs 8 lakh and Rs 1 lakh in cash from the house. Bhopal Sharma Kedarnath flood victims. In 2014, six people, including his son, daughter-in-law and grandson, went to visit Kedarnath in the flood disaster.