The victim has been identified as Padma Mondal and she had been living with her daughter Nivedita, son-in-law Sunil Shau, and grandson. The four of them have been living together at the Khelatbabu lane since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The couple along with their child went to Shau’s ancestral residence for Kali Puja. According to the police, the couple had locked the main door from outside as they did not want the elderly woman to wake up on their return. The couple were also not sure whether they would return on the same night, the police added.,diy volleyball targetplay poker for free no download
The local police, detective department, along with anti-robbery unit are further probing the matter. The police are concerned as the incident occurred on Kali Puja night when cops are deployed heavily on the streets.,dear saptahik lottery buy online
A similar incident of burglary was reported in Tambaram, a 'couple' pretending to be distant relatives entered a house in Tambaram and fled with cash and jewellery items. As per the report, the victim (Pushpalatha) was alone in the house when both the guests arrived. Bith the suspects tied up a 19-year-old girl and fled with seven sovereigns of gold jewellery and Rs 1.5 lakh cash from her house.,spin casino live
kansas wesleyan university tennis,In her complaint to the police, the woman alleged that she was alone in the house at Agaramthen Kurinji Nagar in Tambaram when the incident took place. The victim's father had left for his work when the couple in their mid-30s arrived at their house.
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