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Bihar Reports R 1.19 Crores Robbery at HDFC Bank

Bihar on Thursday morning reported a bank robbery of Rs 1.19 crores in broad daylight. Police reported that the robbers were armed and were five in number.

Bihar Reports Robbery at HDFC Bank 

As per the latest reports, a robbery occurred at the HDFC Bank (Jadua Branch). The police official reported that the robbery happened as soon as the bank opened. They said that the robbers, who were five in number, took over the bank.

The police said that the robbers entered the bank, threatened the employees and after opening the locker, they stole Rs 1.19 crores. The five robbers came on two bikes and went on the same waving the weapons.

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Vaishali Superintendent of Police, Manish confirmed the information and said that after getting the information about the incident, the police reached the spot immediately. He said that all the vehicles are being searched and the area has been blocked.

Senior police officers of the area have also reached the spot after the incident. He said that the CCTVs installed in and around the bank are being scrutinized and the bank employees are being questioned.

Children Found Dead in a Water Pit in Bihar

Four children died while bathing in a pit filled with water in Bihar’s West Champaran district in the Matiaria police station area. The children had gone to bathe in the water accumulated in the pit. A brick kiln located in Hardi Dalhwa village had dug a pit for brick manufacturing which was filled with water, a police official said on Wednesday.

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On Tuesday evening the four children went for a bath in the water of the pit and drowned while playing in it. It is claimed that the employees had (reportedly) kept the deaths hidden from the police until late Tuesday night.

According to police officials, the pit was 8 to 10 feet deep in which rainwater had collected. The victims have been identified as Kartik Kumar, Govind Kumar, Prince Kumar, and Aditya Kumar, he said. They were aged between 8 to 12 years.