Robbers attack the office of a financial firm in Ludhiana and escape after the manager sounds the alarm

The company’s manager, Randhir Singh, said the robbers asked him to give them the Almirah’s keys.

Three masked men tried to rob the office of a finance company in Raikot on Saturday.

The company’s manager, Randhir Singh, said the robbers asked him to give them the Almirah’s keys. When he resisted, the defendant opened fire in the air, then hit him with the butt of the pistol, injuring him. After Singh sounded the alarm, the accused fled.

The robbers’ helpers stood guard outside the office, he added. Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) Avtar Singh said a case was registered under Sections 323 (voluntarily causing injury), 379B (snapping), 511 (attempted to commit offenses punishable by life imprisonment) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). been. and sections of the Gun Act. Police are scanning surveillance cameras (CCTV) to identify the suspect.

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