Great literature Phanishwar Nath Renu's house stolen - Newztezz Online


Thursday, October 1, 2020

Great literature Phanishwar Nath Renu's house stolen

 A unique theft has taken place at the house of renowned Hindi language writer Phanishwar Nath Renu. Many of his valuable original works were stolen from his residence at Rajendra Nagar in Patna. According to information received from sources, on Wednesday, the thieves stole literature worth lakhs of rupees from the house of Padma Parag Renu, son of Phanishwar Nath Renu.

Several police officers, including the City SP, who arrived at the scene after receiving information about this incident, are investigating. The stolen books are said to have included the first edition of Maila Aanchal, Thumri and Parati Parikatha, Pepper Ki Naon, Palatu Babu and Road. These books were also signed by Phanishwar Nath Renu.

Apart from this, the thieves also took the original copy of the famous novel Paper Boat. This book was written by Renu. According to information received from sources, during this time their house was closed, thieves broke the door and executed the incident. Let us tell that the thieves also took some utensils and a chapakal from the house.

In this house, Phanishwar Nath Renu's younger son Dakshineshwar Prasad Rai's brother-in-law was still living in this house. He was living here and studying. For the last ten days, they had gone somewhere with a lock in the house. City SP has said that a local thief is involved in the incident. He told that the thieves have not taken any large amount or jewelery but valuable heritage of literature has been stolen.

The police is investigating the matter seriously. In a CCTV footage on Rajendra Nagar Road number 12, two people are seen distributing some items. There is also a chapakal in it. It seems that these two people have stolen books.

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