About 200 grams of gold jewelery and coins went missing from a locker at Bank of Baroda on Khun-Khunji Road in Chowk of Lucknow, capital of Uttar Pradesh. Their price is being said to be around 1 crore rupees. This information came to the locker owner and the bank when the lockers came to take the goods out of the locker. The victim has filed a report at Chowk Kotwali.
In the Sarai Mali Khan area of the Chowk is the house of Amit Prakash Bahadur. Presently, he works in Bengaluru. According to him, along with him, the joint account of father Dr. Ravindra Bahadur and mother Pushpa Bahadur is in the Bank of Baroda branch on Khun-Khunji Road, Chowk. On 23 October, elderly parents went to the bank to take out some belongings from the locker. As per the rules, locker incharge Swati went to the locker room with him. Swati keyed in the locker, but she did not turn around. She went to retrieve the key, then the locker opened. If seen, the lock system of the locker was kept inside it and 200 jewels of gold jewelry and gold coins kept inside were missing.
Complaint with Chowk Police
The locker broke into the bank. Amit Prakash Bahadur told that ancestral jewelry and coins of family and children were kept in the locker. At the same time a written complaint was made in the bank. The bank called again on 26 October. When he reached the bank, the bankers asked him to file a report in this regard. The victim complained to the Chowk police.
Gold worth Rs 1 crore missing
Inspector Vishwajit Singh said that the forensic team has obtained some samples from the scene. The price of the missing gold is around 1 crore rupees. At the same time, the victim Amit has accused the locker in-charge Swati and the bank workers. Chowk police have registered a report on the basis of Tahrir. Inspector Chowk says the matter is being investigated.