Umesh Yadav’s Nagpur chateau robbed; Rs 45000 and dual phones stolen


Umesh Yadav’s manager is approaching to board a protest during Ambazari military hire on Tuesday. (Source: File)

Indian cricket group pacer Umesh Yadav’s residence was attacked on Monday as unclear thieves entered a cricketer’s unit nearby Shankar Nagar in Nagpur and took Rs 45,000 money and dual mobile phones. The family was not in a unit during a time of a incident.

The stolen phone belonged to Yadav’s mom and a money was picked adult from his wife’s purse, according to ANI report. The Yadav family had left out around 7 pm and after entrance behind during 3 am, they were left shell-shocked.

Yadav’s family have not filed any central censure compartment now though a military have already arrested dual suspects. The military is looking for other members who were concerned in a occurrence and have left a place. For that, a group of Ambazari military has left for Madhya Pradesh.

The military sources pronounced a workers concerned in construction during a unit next Yadav’s are a suspects. “The suspects might have accessed Yadav’s unit from a back side. There is a space that can be used by a suspects to benefit entrance from a unit next that of a Yadavs,” pronounced a military personnel.

Yadav’s manager is approaching to board a protest during Ambazari military hire on Tuesday as Yadav had to leave in a morning for Sri Lanka tour. The investigations are still in routine for a case.

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