Bathinda, Punjab. There was no bloodshed nor any ill-will with anyone … The family members sat quietly and the 7 robbers left the house with all the goods. On the lines of the film Special 26, a case of fake red income tax has come to the house of a petrol pump owner living here. The miscreants broke into the house by closing the wall at around 6 am on Friday. They searched the entire house by showing fake search warrants to the landlord. Then, on the way, the petrol pump owner went to the office, asking him to come to check.
The owner didn’t understand anything
The robbers told the petrol pump owner that they had come to search on the complaint of their former manager. Hearing this, the complainant and his family sat quietly. After this, the miscreants set the entire household item in turmoil. Then on the way to the Faridi at 10 o’clock, he took the papers of the petrol pump and said that he reached the petrol pump for investigation. But till 12 noon when no one came, the complainant was skeptical. After this, the complainant Krishna Kumar Kohli contacted the police.
Was accused of being a drugs supplier
The miscreants had made the family sit in a room and latch it from outside. The complainant was accused of being a drug supplier. The miscreants also wrote to the complainant on a paper that during search, 3 lakh 70 thousand rupees in cash, 450 grams of gold, 500 grams of silver was found. DSP Sukhraj Singh and Police Station Mukhi Ramandeep Singh reached the spot after the matter came to light.