Rajnish Singh Thakur (36), a physically challenged shopkeeper, was attacked with a sword by an unknown group in Chembur, Mumbai.
The police officials said that, a group of druggies, used to go to nearly 200 shops along the P L Lokhande Marg in Chembur and threaten them for money. They even break the glasses in the shops and burn them, if they refused to give money. They used to collect Rs. 1,000 to Rs. 1,500 each time from the poor shopkeepers.
In the same way, on Tuesday night, Rajnish Singh Thakur was attacked with a sword for money. The customer, who is already in the shop, saved Rajnish, by daring to attack them back.
Rajnish suffered severe injuries to the neck, left hand and waist and is currently in the ICU of a local hospital. Manish, Rajnish brother said that his brother would have been killed, if the customer did not save him.
The daring Thakur approached police and handed over the CCTV footage of the incident. As of now, the police arrested four out of six druggies, while the rest two are yet to be found.
Goons revenge on Rajnish
Rajnish, previously put the posters on the public walls, printing his phone number on it, implying that public should call him, if the druggies threatens anybody. The baddies, who came across these posters, attacked Rajnish, with the intention of taking revenge.
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