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Village level worker robbed of Rs 2.65 lakh in Rourkela

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OdishaBytes News Service

Rourkela: Two miscreants looted Rs 2.65 lakh from a village level worker near Andhari panchayat at Rourkela in Sundargarh district on Sunday.

The looters came on a motorcycle and decamped with the money meant for old age pension. A complaint in this regard has been lodged at Biramitrapur police station.

In another incident, motorcycle-borne miscreants allegedly looted Rs 1. 97 lakh from a panchayat extension officer (PEO) near Kendar Chhak in Koraput district.

Sadar police have started probing the matter, basing a complaint lodged by the victim identified as Ganeswar Kuldeep.

OdishaBytes News Service

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