Six inter-state offenders were arrested by Rachakonda Police and received Rs.20,000 in jewelry . Police also recovered firearms and motorcycles from their possession .
Hyderabad (Telengana) India — On December 8, six inter-state offenders were arrested by Rachakonda Police and received Rs.20,000 in jewelry.They were recovered for 1.35 billion krones.Police also recovered firearms and motorcycles from their possession.According to police, six other members of the band are now absconding.Raj Kumar Surana and his companion Sukhdev Devasi rode from Raj's house on his motorcycle, carrying about three kilograms of gold ornaments in a bag with the intention of selling them in various jewellery shops around the area.They finally came to Mahadev Jewellers in Chaitanyapuri and waited as shop owner Kalyan Chowdhary was busy with other customers.They started displaying their jewellery at Chowdhary's store when they left. The accused fought the three at gunpoint and demanded that Raj and Sukhdev's bag of jewellery be taken.They even threatened the victims if the bag was not handed over to them.The accused opened fire, fatally injuring Chowdhary and Sukhdev when resisted.The assailants then forcibly took their jewelry bag, opened the shutter, and escaped on bikes. Gold ornaments, pistols, motorcycles, and cash were also confiscated from them.Four others accused, Mahender, Sumit Dagar, Manish, and Maniya, have also absconded.The accused have been charged under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the CRPC.They have been charged with breaching the Indian arms act, and a lawsuit has been filed.Repeating the case, Rachakonda Commissioner Mahesh Bhagwat encouraged jewellery shop owners to install sensors, alarms, and CCTV cameras inside and outside their stores.