Affected businessman threatens to close Wana Bypass Road if robbers fail to recover goods
Wana : Unprecedented cases of 23 bags of chilogo have been reported stolen. According to the details, the Chlugeboys are far from being accessible to the common man, but now these Chluzhoes are far from the reach of their own master. There have also been incidents. There has been an incident in Guyana that has surprised everyone.
Unidentified men robbed the staff of hostages. The masked masons entered Hassan Gwadam at night and jumped the wall. They took 23 sacks of cash, mobiles and gunpowder from the guards and others at the scene. The robbers say the robberies cost more than Rs 1.5 crore.
The traders say the sacks of chalgos were placed in the warehouse with the intention of being sold, which the thieves have skillfully carried.
The Chaglooz were to be sold in case of severe cold weather. Apparently nothing was known about the minor but valuable dacoits. Tajar Nabut Khan and his colleagues have filed an FIR in the city police station Wana. Police say an FIR has been registered and an investigation has been launched. Raids are being conducted in search of dacoits.
Victims Gwadam owners say that if robbers were not arrested and looted goods were not recovered, then Wana would close the bypass road. Keeping in mind that Chloe is the most expensive of dried fruits, costing Rs. 8,000. Per kg. While roasted chillies cost Rs. 14,000 kg. With the arrival of winter, the consumption of dry fruits increases. In the current season, the intensity of cold will increase. Walnuts, almonds and other dry ones. When the demand for fruits increased, their rates have also started to speak from the sky.