UP, May 19, 2017: After the killing of two jewellers in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura, BJP MP Hema Malini today expressed grief over the loss of life and said that she will visit her constituency on May 24.
Affirming that she is keeping a tab of all the developments in the matter, Malini said that she is in touch with the authorities and is closely monitoring the investigation.
“I am very much concerned with the ongoing incidents in Mathura and keeping a tab on every development. I want to go there immediately but some family commitments also have to be fulfilled. I will be going there on 24th May and will be there for many days,” Malini told media.
“Police officials have apprised me of the situation there and ongoing investigation. I have been told by police officers that they have identified the culprits and have arrested two people. When I will go to Mathura on 24th, I will stay there for a lengthy period. I am in contact touch with the authorities there in Mathura and UP govt,” she also added.
Two jewellers were shot dead and two others critically wounded in an attack by unknown assailants on Monday in Mathura. According to reports, the assailants attacked the jewellers around 8 pm and sped away with Rs one crore jewellery.