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AFTER STEALING 25 KG LOCKER, BURGLARS FIND ONLY RS. 100 NOTE

By Jasmeet Singh . 1st March 2018 03:41pm
AFTER STEALING 25 KG LOCKER, BURGLARS FIND ONLY RS. 100 NOTE

Every day, the issue of safety becomes a major concern in the country. From rape to dowry fraud to robbery, all hands are on deck by the authorities to ensure that the citizens of the country are safe. The reason for crime in the country cannot be pinned down to a singular factor. Crime results from poverty, circumstances one is born into, illiteracy, lack of proper upbringing, unemployment, and even the wrong peers. On the issue of poverty, many aspire to be rich. And with the popular saying 'Money answers all things', many go the extra mile to get it. However, as a paradox, 'money is also the root of all evil' and to that end, the society witnesses crimes of theft and robbery, which can sometimes escalate to murder. Well, while we hope for a safe and crime free country, many are advised to keep money and valuables in banks and other safe places. The latest crime report in Bengaluru tells how careful people are these days. According to a leading daily, burglars who broke into a home in Bengaluru found a secured locker. Running out of time, the thieves were unable to open it. And then plan B set in. They decided to flee with the locker. The family must have been worried but then it was more devastating for the burglars. The incident which came to light after an arrest of a seven-member gang of robbers by the police revealed that, after eventually succeeding in opening the locker, a total amount of Rs. 100 note was found. More from the reports reveals that the robbers arrested were employed as security guards at apartments and offices in the IT city. This calls for more caution and verification of all documents and personnel before any employment id done irrespective of the job description.