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Rigging in cumin worth Rs 1.5 crore, four arrested, false story of truck overturning created
Jhunjhunu’s Bagad police has arrested four people in the case of destroying cumin masala worth Rs 1.5 crore. The accused had rigged a truck loaded with cumin seeds going from Haryana to Bangladesh. The truck had 25 tonnes of 20 kg cumin seeds.
Whose price was around Rs 1.5 crore. On August 24, the truck was loaded from Haryana and sent to Delhi border to Bangladesh. But, the truck driver conspired with his three other associates and stole the cumin seeds midway and crushed them to pieces. After this, a false story of theft on the way was created.
Created a false story of truck overturn
In fact, on August 24, Haryana’s B.P. 25 tonnes 20 kg cumin spice was loaded in a truck from the spices firm and sent to Delhi border Bangladesh. Whose route was via Jodhpur, Jaipur. But the driver brought the truck to Jhunjhunu route and made the excuse that the truck had overturned near Bagad. People stole cumin and took it away.
There was doubt on giving information after a day.
When truck driver Vikas Budanian informed the owner about the incident a day later, he got suspicious. Thereafter, on August 28, the complainant lodged a report with Sanjay Sharma s/o Babulal Sharma r/o Jadwa, Police Station Satnali, Haryana at Bagad Police Station. After the case was registered, the police investigated and there was a possibility of foul play. Police strictly interrogated the truck driver and his other accomplices, they confessed to stealing cumin.
Truck driver Vikas son of Omprakash Meghwal, Kuldeep alias Bilu son of Sumer Singh, Anuj son of Vijay Singh, caste Jat, resident of Budaniya police station Bagad, Jhunjhunu and Anil Sagwan son of Shivlal caste Jat resident of ward no. 03 Surajgarh, Jhunjhunu have been arrested.