Maharashtra: Man, his girlfriend assaulted and robbed in Nagpur
In a shocking incident in MaharashtraNagpur, left a couple in terror after an alleged three-member gang opened fire on them for allegedly robbing them, PTI reported on Wednesday.
In the incident, a man sustained bullet injuries when a three-member gang opened fire on him and robbed him and his girlfriend of his belongings. Nagpur City, police gave this information according to PTI on Wednesday.
He said that the incident took place on Monday night at around 10.15 pm in the Khaparkhera police station.
“The couple was returning home after having dinner at a restaurant located in the Dehegaon area. On the way, they reached a deserted area near Nateswar Dahan Ghat, where they parked their vehicle and went for a walk. Three unidentified men approached them on a two-wheeler and started harassing them,” a police official told PTI.
After allegedly threatening them, the husband and wife handed over their mobile phones and cash to the accused. However, the woman caught one of the pillion riders. However, his accomplice pulled out a weapon and allegedly fired several shots. In the incident, one bullet hit the male victim in the right leg, he said, according to PTI.
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The armed assailant then hit the woman on the head with the butt of the gun, injuring her. The police officer said that the three assailants escaped from the spot leaving behind the injured couple.
The couple managed to reach Koradi police station on their two-wheeler, after which they were admitted to a local hospital and the man’s leg was removed from the bullet.
Based on the complaint filed by the woman, Indian Penal Code (IPC) Sections 397 (robbery or dacoity), 354 (assault or criminal coercion on a woman with intent to hurt her modesty) and weapons A case was registered under the Act. said
A similar incident took place recently in Koradi police station limits, in which another couple was similarly targeted by some of the accused.
(with PTI inputs)