Writers Safe Private Limited demands to book SBI looters who killed security guard

Imphal: Writers Safe Guard Private Limited has demanded the state government to book the miscreants who shot dead a security guard of SBI in Churachandpur while looting a sum of Rs 1.15 crore on Friday.

Writers Safe Guard Limited condemned the killing of its member Arambam Ranjan Meitei, 37, by robbers while looting a sum of Rs 1.15 crore on Friday demanded the state government to book the culprits by Monday.  

Writers Safe Guard Limited cautioned the government that it will stop its service at ATMs by closing it if the government  fails to meet the demand within the deadline. It observed a two-minute silence to mourn the death of Ranjan.

The robbery took place at around 10.30 am when staff and security personnel of SBI’s Cash Replenishment Agency (CRA)-Writer Safeguard Private Limited were on a routine cash replenishing exercise.

The deceased was a driver-cum-security guard of the agency.

Ranjan and his co-workers had just refilled the ATM machines located on the ground floor of SBI Churachandpur with Rs 55 lakh out of Rs 1.70 crore they had and they were about to move out to replenish cash at ATM booths in the town.

As they moved out of the ATM booth on the bank’s ground floor towards their armoured vehicle parked across the street, Ranjan who was carrying the cash was attacked by the bike borne armed robbers. They shot him at least twice and fled with Rs 1.15 crore in cash.

Ranjan was rushed to the district hospital at about 10.50 am and later taken to Shija Hospital. He succumbed on his way.

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