On the day of the incident, Senior Superintendent of Police Uday Shankar Singh along with Additional Superintendent of Police Dhananjay Singh Kushwaha had inspected the spot. Dog squad, surveillance and finger print team had collected evidence from the spot. Five police teams were formed to unravel the theft incident.
He said that while disclosing the incident of theft, the police arrested two accused Munendra Saxena and Gaurav Bhardwaj from Madhiya Chauraha Raja Ka Rampur along with the stolen goods, jewelery and cash, along with the cutter used in the incident.
Electrician Munendra Saxena, who worked at the plaintiff’s house, along with one of his associates, Gaurav Bhardwaj, had carried out this incident of theft. Disclosing this incident of theft, senior police said that 100 percent recovery of stolen jewelery and cash has been made from the government panchayat house of the village itself.
He has announced a reward of Rs 25,000 to the police team which disclosed the matter and recovered 100 per cent stolen jewelery and cash.
On this occasion, Etah’s Senior Superintendent of Police appealed to the residents of the district to install CCTVs at their homes and establishments so that it would help in revealing such incidents.
In this whole incident, the fact has come to the fore that the accused Munendra Bijli used to work as a mason at the house of the plaintiff Abhishek Singh, due to which he used to come and go to the house of the plaintiff. Due to being a confidant of the family, the family members used to transact money and money in front of him, so that he was fully aware of where the money and jewelery were kept.
On seeing so much money and jewelry, his intentions got worse and when the family members had gone to Gwalior for some event, he cut the locks of the house with the help of cutter used for electrical work and kept them in it. Jewelery and cash worth crores of rupees were stolen.