Mail News Service
Seraikela, Oct 1: A delegation of Seraikela Chamber of Commerce and Industry met Deputy Commissioner Arava Rajkamal and expressed displeasure in the police sluggishness in the matter of tracing Manish Agarwal who has been missing from home since eight days. Seraikela Chamber of Commerce President Pradeep Choudhary, Vice President Prem Agarwal, General Secretary Manoj Kumar Choudhary, Chaibasa Chamber of Commerce’s newly elected President Madhusudan Agarwal, Vikas Goyal, Nitin Agarwal, Jamshedpur Wholesale Textiles Association President Swaroop Golchha, Treasurer Navin Barnwal, Working Committee members Gautam Saraiwala, Santosh Chhapolia, Dinesh Kabra, Sandeep Agarwal, Tinku Saraswat and others, all expressed their displeasure over the police inaction. The delegation demanded formation of SIT to trace leading businessman Debu Agarwal’s son Manish. Seraikela Chamber of Commerce delegates assured that the body would always stand up for the interests of traders. The delegates met the family members of Manish at their Kandra residence and assured of full support.