Akash Kumar (28), a native of Saharsa district in Bihar, is employed as a process engineer at the Oppo unit in Kasna. Around 8:30 pm, he boarded an autorickshaw to go from his rented accommodation to his workplace.,football betting prediction
When the techie reached the Surajpur-Kasna road, a bike-borne duo came from the left side. The pillion rider made an attempt to snatch Kumar’s Oppo mobile phone. Kumar, however, held on to his device. He was dragged out of the moving autorickshaw. The accused then snatched the phone from him and zoomed away, according to a report by The Times of India.,betfair casino commercial song
Later, Akash alleged that the police didn’t help him, following which he went to a medical facility alone. He has received 20 stitches and sustained arm injuries. “My auto driver fled and I had to stop another auto. I asked the cops for help but they didn’t accompany me to the hospital, so I went there alone,” the report quoted Kumar as saying.,free cashman slot machine
free casino games roulette online,Kumar even claimed that policemen indirectly suggested that he should say he dropped his cellphone. “They were not direct about it but wanted me to say it instead. They asked me at least 10 times whether my mobile phone had fallen,” Kumar told TOI.
casumo bet,Chandan, a friend of the victim, said they have asked cops to scan CCT footage to confirm the crime. Meanwhile, on the basis of a complaint lodged by the victim, the police have filed a case under Section 392 (robbery) of the Indian Penal Code, a police officer said. Following an inquiry, the Pari Chowk police chowki in-charge was placed under suspension over negligence in connection with the case.