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Mathura jewelers murder & robbery: UP CM Yogi Adityanath gives 3 days to police to crack case, local traders call for bandh
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Mathura: Local traders in Mathura have required a bandh on Wednesday, a day after two jewellers were shot dead and gold worth Rs 4 crore were plundered.

The Mathura traders affiliation has requested the quick capture of those included in the plunder and murder of the two jewellers last night.

The market in Mathura would stay shut today, and if there is no incite activity, it might be amplified, Sunil Agrawal of the Nagar Udyog Vyapaar Mandal had cautioned.

The merchants' body has additionally requested pay of Rs 50 lakh and employments for the kinfolk of the expired.

The episode happened in the Koyalawali Gali zone on Monday night when armed men, who went ahead motorbikes, burst into the jewellery shops in the market, falling under Kotwali Police station restricts, and started shooting.

Two local traders, recognized as Vikas and Megh, were executed, while two others were harmed and hospitalized.

The whole occurrence was gotten on the CCTV introduced inside the shops and the recording is being analyzed by the police for leads for the situation.

Communicating outrage regarding the episode, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has requested the UP DGP Sulkhan Singh to visit the heavenly town and examine why there have been no captures up until now.

"I want to assure the house that the rule of law will prevail in Uttar Pradesh. There will be absolutely no protection for criminals in the state," Yogi Adityanath said inside the UP Assembly.

DGP Sulkhan Singh and UP Minister Shrikant Sharma have achieved Mathura to take supply of the circumstance.

In the interim, Sub-reviewer Prateek Kumar, responsible for the police station in Holi Gate, and two constables have been suspended, Superintendent of Police (city) Ashok Kumar stated, including that neighborhood police authorities have been given three days to break the case.

A video catching the occurrence was posted on Twitter by a User - WATCH it here.

Mathura jewelers murder & robbery: UP CM Yogi Adityanath gives 3 days to police to  crack case, local traders call for bandh

Mathura jewelers murder & robbery: UP CM Yogi Adityanath gives 3 days to police to crack case, local traders call for bandh

 

 

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