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Crime rate up in Angul-Talcher industrial belt

 (Fast Mail News) - Strong resentment is brewing among people over recent rising crime rate in Angul-Talcher industrial belt. It is alleged that due to unhealthy silence of police has made the people feel more secure and with putting the lives of the people at stake.
 
 
 
Inefficiency of the police is reflected on the fact that they are still to nab the Girang dacoit case in Nalco police station area in Angul district. A dacoit  gang on September 11 looted Rs10lakhs as well as gold ornaments worth over 48 lakhs at gun point unidentified miscreants in Nalco police station area.
 
 
 
The miscreants barged  into the house and sprayed anaesthetic substance to the family members and while they fell unconscious the dacoits looted Rs 10lakhs and gold ornaments. Though one week have passed neither the miscreants have been nabbed nor police get any clue about the dacoits yet.
 
 
 
In same police station area ,though several theft and burglaries cases reported from several places   in Nalco police station area; police yet to nab the culprits. It is alleged that due to lack of patrolling and stringent police measures crime rate have been up in this particular area.
 
 
 
In another incident,at Angul here though one month back, in a major breakthrough, Angul police had arrested seven persons from Baloda Bazar district in Chhattisgarh in connection with a State Bank of India ATM loot in the district, the incident  put a question mark among the people here over the police laxity in the area.
 
 
 
“The miscreants attempted to loot two ATMs in Angul town  and manage to steal Rs 27.9 lakh from one. Police had seized Rs 18.5 lakh from their possession.
 
 
 
But question arise as to how could the miscreants, who are residents of  Haryana could be able to  come here  and stole the cash counter of  ATM after cutting it. The miscreants attempted to loot two ATMs in the district and manage to steal Rs 27.9 lakh from one.
 
 
 
It is alleged that the twin cities of Talcher and Angul  have been facing the influx of outsiders for the purpose of getting employment opportunities here and later, the influx leads to anti-social activities,particularly in mining areas.
 
 
 
Inefficiency of the police is reflected in other three incidents of theft five months back  that they are yet to nab the culprits of series of burglaries and loot from Similipara in Angul town.
 
 
 
 
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