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Woman had come to steal utensils, people beat people thinking child thief, police arrested

Gurugram Child Stealing: A woman was suspected of child theft in Farukh Nagar area of ​​Cyber ​​City Gurugram, adjacent to Delhi. Due to this, people beat him up in the market. For several hours, the drama of assault with the woman continued in the middle of the market. After this, the public handed over the accused woman to the police.

In Farukh Nagar market, a woman named Sunita had come to the market to steal utensils. During this time some people felt that perhaps this woman has come to the market with the intention of stealing the child.

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As soon as the woman was suspected of child theft, the people present there started beating the woman on seeing her. After beating for a long time, the accused woman was handed over to the police. The local police arrested the accused woman Sunita by registering a case of theft.

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Police questioned the woman

When the police took the woman to the police station and questioned her, she told that she had gone to steal utensils from the market. The woman also told that she had been stealing utensils and other items by going to nearby markets for a long time, but the people present in the market suspected me of child theft and because of this, I was beaten up. At present, the police has arrested the accused woman and registered a case and started further investigation.

Similar incident happened in Satna too

In the month of September in Satna, Madhya Pradesh, a case of assault on a woman on suspicion of being a child lifter came to light. People first interrogated him, but after not getting a proper answer, beat him up. Seeing the antics of the woman, people suspected her of being a child lifter and unitedly caught the woman. During this, some people pushed him and some even slapped him.

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