Jamshedpur, Jan 23: A delegation of Jamshedpur Chamber of Commerce led by its patron Mohanlal Agarwal today met Kolhan DIG Rajiv Ranjan Singh at the office of DSP city in Golmuri and expressed concern at the growing case of loot and crime in the city.
In a memorandum submitted to the senior police official, the traders said that in the last one year while the society has been badly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic on the other hand the increasing number of theft, burglary and crime is also a matter of concern for trading community.
In the last 10 days there have been two separate cases of burglary at Parsudih Mandi and Mango Dimna Road when burglars have broken the shutter and decamped with cash worth lakhs of rupees and police has failed to trace the criminals so far. While the criminals involved in Mango were nabbed by the police but the entire amount stolen by them was not recovered.
The memorandum stated that all such incidents has created an ambience of fear amongst traders and pleaded for initiating strong steps by police to stop recurrence of such theft and burglaries.
DIG is learnt to have assured the traders that directive would be given to the police personnel to arrest the criminals involved in the burglary at Parsudih Mandi and other places and for initiating steps to curb occurrence of such incidents.