Man heading towards Gwalior lost his gold worth Rs1crore in train

Praveen Samuel

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Bhopal: A man claimed that he has lost his gold jewelry weighing around 1kg worth Rs 1crore and in addition Rs 10 lakh in the early hours of June 24. He was on his way to Gwalior. Chandrakant and Moolchad Gangelee complained to the police personal that the man was carrying 3 kg of gold ornaments and Rs 10 lakh cash while travelling from Narsinghpur in Shreedham Experess.  The robbery of his gold jewelry has taken place in a train. According to police report in Bina, the man is the resident of Indore, who supplies jewelry to traders. The burglary has taken place when he had gone to purchase a bottle of water on the platform at Bina station. On his return, he found his precious gold and cash missing. Now railway police are investigating in to the case and an FIR is yet to be registered.  Once the investigation is completed, the FIR will be registered.      ]]>

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