Ratlam News: Two accused of shooting on police remand till tomorrow

Publish Date: | Tue, 25 Jan 2022 11:40 PM (IST)

Ratlam (Rep. of New Zealand). The arrested accused Afsar Ansari and Sanni alias Chintu Guru, arrested in the case of firing in betting money dispute, were presented in the court by Manakchowk police on Tuesday. The court ordered to keep both the accused on police remand till January 27. On the other hand, the main accused Akbar Hussain, who was injured by the bullet fired by the police while snatching the weapon of the police, is undergoing treatment in the jail ward of the district hospital.

It is noteworthy that the accused Akbar Hussain, son of Mohammad Sultan, resident of Qureshi Mandi, Halmukam Haat Road, street number one, had gone to the namkeen shop of Sohanlal Rathod alias Dadu in Bhaton Ka Vaas on the night of 18 January 2021. There, there was a dispute between them regarding betting money. During this, Akbar had vandalized Sohanlal and his brother. The matter was not even settled that on the night of January 21, Akbar had reached near Sohanlal’s shop on a bike with two other accomplices, accused Afsar Ansari son Mohammad Hasam Ansari resident Mominpura and Sanni alias Chintu Guru son Gopal Khandal resident of potters. Three shots were fired from the pistol. Akbar, Afsar and Sanni were arrested from Pratapgarh in Rajasthan on Monday. He told to park the bike near the railway station of Nagda (Ujjain) and keep a pistol in its trunk. The team will take Nagda on Wednesday to seize the pistol and bike with the accused officer and Sunny.

Case of robbery and obstruction in government work

After the arrest of the accused, the police team was taking Akbar to Nagda in a vehicle on Monday. After stopping his vehicle for a short time near Sujapur hill on Piploda-Javra road at around 7.30 pm, Akbar got down and ran away after robbing the policeman’s rifle by throwing mud in his eyes. Then the police fired at his leg. He was injured after being shot in the shin of his right leg. He was admitted to the government hospital in Javra, after first aid he was referred to the district hospital. He was operated on in the district hospital, but the bullet did not come out of his leg. According to sources, the bullet had hit his leg and went out. A case has been registered against him at Piploda police station under sections 394, 397, 353, 332, 224 of IPC for robbing a government machine gun from police custody and obstructing government work.

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