The accused has sustained bullet injury on his leg and has been admitted to the SCB Medical College and Hospital. His condition is said to be stable.
The development came a day after the Commissionerate Police issued a lookout circular against Sourin Bhatt after not finding the singer at his residence in Kolkata.
After not finding the singer at his residence in Kolkata, the police issued the circular against him.
As per initial reports, 5 to 6 bike-borne miscreants intercepted the businessman near the level crossing and looted the gold ornaments and cash by resorting to blank firing.
Recently, the gang had looted gold chain from a woman in Bhubaneswar. The entire act was also captured on a CCTV camera. Similar 30 snatching incidents have been reported in the past one year in Bhubaneswar.
The miscreants have also damaged the CCTV camera of the jewellery store and gained access by breaking the shutter and gate of the shop.
The Sahabhagita scheme was introduced in Cuttack in July 2022. Under the scheme, bulk of the areas are brought under direct surveillance using the existing CCTV cameras installed at crucial junctions by private establishments and persons.
One of the groups wielding swords damaged three to four bikes. The miscreants initially had come to attack some local youths who had a close shave after they entered a club.
Regarding the collection of puja donations, Police Commissioner Saumendra Priyadarshi said, “The police department will adopt a zero-tolerance policy.”
The Commissionerate Police arrested three persons from West Bengal in connection with the fraud after a complaint was filed at Nayapalli Police Station in Bhubaneswar.
The victim, identified as Pankaj Sahoo, always purchases gold and silver ornaments from several stores in Cuttack and later sells them at his shop in Dhenkanal. On Friday, two bike-borne miscreants stopped
The Police are trying to ascertain the exact cause behind Subhalaxmi’s death. Meanwhile, the post-mortem report revealed that Subhalaxmi died of asphyxiation. Subhalaxmi had checked into the hotel located in Laxmisagar area at 3.20 am on Friday.
Cuttack DCP Pinak Mishra said, “Already focus is given on organised crime and petty offences in the city. The Special Squad along with police stations are on alert mode.”
Senior officials said that the unit was preparing adulterated red chilli powder, turmeric and other spices. The owner of the unit was allegedly mixing rice powder and colours in the chilli powder.
As per initial reports, Bablu was brought to the police station in connection with a theft case. During interrogation, he shoved some police personnel and escaped from the police station.