Armed Militants Rob House in Jharkhand’s Palamu, Loots Money and Jewellery
The incident taken place in Getha town in the Lesliganj cops station location on Friday, where one Raju Saw runs a grocery shop at his home and the militants knocked on the pretext of buying items for Diwali.
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Armed militants presumed to be of the Jharkhand Jan Mukti Parishad assaulted a house in the Palamu district and robbed cash, jewellery and a bike, cops said on Saturday. The incident taken place in Getha town in the Lesliganj police headquarters area on Friday, they said.
Raju Saw runs a grocery store at his house and the militants knocked on the pretext of purchasing items for Diwali, they said. As the storekeeper opened the door, the militants threatened him with weapons and looted Rs 62,000 in money, jewellery and a bike, cops said.
It might be that some regional crooks robbed your house in the name of a militant organisation, an officer said, adding that an investigation is underway.
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