Criminals out in Patna! Two journalists attacked within 12 hours, one is in critical condition


Patna. Criminals have targeted two journalists by attacking them in the last 12 hours. A journalist has been grievously injured after being stabbed for protesting a criminal incident. The journalist has been admitted to a private hospital in Patna in critical condition, where he is currently battling for life and death under the supervision of doctors. The second incident has happened in Digha police station area of ​​Patna. Patna Police was busy in this case to get rid of the border dispute.

The first incident took place in Nehru Nagar under Patliputra police station area of ​​Patna. When Anurag, the correspondent of a private Hindi daily published from Patna, was returning home after doing his duty, he was ambushed in advance on the way. The criminals hit Anurag’s motorcycle and tried to snatch the mobile and money. When Anurag opposed this, the criminals stabbed him seriously and injured him.

According to the information received, the criminals managed to escape from the spot by looting their money and mobile. The journalist has been admitted to a private nursing home in a critical condition. This condition of the capital Patna is when the SSP of Patna has been claiming the patrolling system all the time. In the Patliputra police station area, incidents happen every day and the working style of the police is under question.

The second incident is from Sonapur police station area where Rajdev Pandey, correspondent of a private Hindi daily, was returning with his family after having darshan from Harihar Nath temple on Thursday morning; Then they were attacked. Everyone was returning back to Patna via JP Setu by bike, when the criminals standing on the JP Setu snatched the chain from his wife’s neck. When the journalists reached the Sonpur police station to complain about this incident, the policemen told it to be a case of Digha police station area which falls in the capital Patna.

Contrary to the claim of Sonpur police, on the other hand, the police of Digha police station kept telling the matter of Sonpur police station area. The case of the journalist was being registered neither in Patna nor in Sonpur. Later on the intervention of the police, the investigation of the case has been started after registering a case of journalist in Digha police station. The journalists of Patna have expressed deep displeasure and sorrow over both these incidents.

On the other hand, criminals robbed one lakh rupees from Naresh Yadav, 67-year-old father of former MLA candidate Arvind Kumar, near SBI Bank located on JC Road in Pirbahor police station area of ​​Patna. The incident took place at around 1 pm on Thursday, when he They were about to leave for home after withdrawing money from the bank. The victim old man and his son have lodged an FIR at Pirbahor police station.

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