Murder of a Tire Showroom Owner In Dhanbad

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Description: <p>Dhanbad: The criminals have become unbridled and the law and order in the district has completely collapsed. Not a day passes when there is no incident of firing, bombing in the district. The fear of the police has disappeared from the minds of the criminals. The latest case is of Kulhi above Jharia police station area. Here Ranjit Saw A tire showroom businessman named, was shot dead by three masked criminals who arrived on a bike in broad daylight at around 4 pm on Friday. After carrying out the incident, the three bike-borne criminals escaped with great ease. The incident caused a sensation in the area and an atmosphere of panic has prevailed.</p>

<p>On getting information about the incident, Jharia police reached the spot and started investigation. At the same time, three shells were recovered by the police from the spot. Late in the evening, Rural SP Risma Ramesan, Bank More police station in-charge Dr PK Singh, Jharia police station in-charge Pankaj Kumar Jha, CID officer Sunil Singh etc. reached the spot and investigated. The CCTV footage installed in the shop was also scrutinized. The entire incident has been captured in the CCTV installed in the showroom.</p>

<p>Masked criminals had reached the shop of Jharia resident MRF tire shopkeeper Ranjit Saw at around 4 pm on Friday. It is being told that when the masked criminals reached the shop, at that time a female worker was cleaning the shop. The criminals had a scuffle with him. The three masked criminals riding bikes shot the shopkeeper one after the other. The businessman fell there when he was shot. The spot turned completely red with blood.</p>

<p>The shopkeeper, who was shot in a bloody state, was taken to SNMMCH where doctors declared him dead after examination. At the same time, there was a crowd of people outside the hospital. People are outraged by the incident. Being a Muslim-dominated area, most of the shops were closed due to Friday’s goodbye prayer, which was taken advantage of by the criminals and carried out the incident.</p>

<p>The deceased were also associated with the business of transporting and coal along with the tire showroom. There was a dispute of 25 to 30 lakh rupees of the deceased with a coal dealer a few months back. In which written complaint was lodged by both the parties in Jharia police station. The deceased’s brother Ranjan Saw said that he was not in the showroom at the time of the incident. He had come from work in Dhanbad and two employees working in the shop were on leave. Kamli Devi, a lady cleaning worker, was in the shop at that time.</p>
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