Four shops deprived of goods

NAUNDERO: As many as four locks of different shops were cut off in a week by unknown notorious thieves due to which the shopkeepers lost precious material which proves that the cops posted in Naundero police station are not performing their duties efficiently.

According to details, Tailor Master Atta Mohammad Khokhar kept 20 stitched clothes, LCD, TV and cash and left for home after properly locking his shop. When he returned next morning, he found the locks of his shop was cut off and when he opened the shop, he detected that all clothes and other costly material were missing.

Same gang of thieves also daringly tried their hands in another nearby shop belonging to Murlidhar but they saw the security guard coming; hence they escaped and left it for another night. Forty cement bags and cash were stolen from the shop of one cement and hill sand trader Asadullah Mahar. A journalist Irshad Mirani also lost valuables as criminals barged into his house and deprived him of gold, cash and other material which proves that nobody is safe here in the hometown of Bhutto leaders.

All these incidents were reported to Naundero police but they have done nothing so far to recover the looted goods and bring the gangsters to justice. The citizens demanded of the higher authorities to take notice of worst lawlessness situation and post honest police officers in order to protect their life and prosperity.

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