December 8, 2021

103kg Gold Worth Rs 45cr Goes ‘Missing’ From Cbi Custody In Tamilnadu


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There has been an incident in Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, which will also surprise you. In fact, the case of disappearing 103 kg of gold from the CBI custody has been reported here, which is said to be worth about 45 crores. The case was revealed when the Madras High Court ordered the Tamil Nadu CB-CID to investigate the case.

According to the information, the CBI raided the office of Surana Corporation in Chennai during 2012 and seized 400.5 kg of gold. The missing gold is part of it. This gold was locked in CBI’s locks and seals in Surana’s vault and vaults.

The Central Investigation Agency says that it had handed over 72 keys of safes and vaults to the Chennai leading special court for CBI cases. The CBI claims that when the seizure action took place, all the gold bars were weighed together. Now after the agreement between SBI and Surana, the weight of gold was varied, which has led to disturbances.

Chennai High Court Judge Justice Prakash refused to accept the CBI’s claim. He handed over the investigation of the case to an officer of SP rank of CB-CID and directed to complete the investigation in six months. The CBI told Justice Prakash that his reputation would be affected if the local police investigated the case.

To this, Justice Prakash replied that Kannu does not approve such an attack. All policemen should be trusted. This means that only the CBI can conduct a major investigation, while the local police is useless.

There has been an incident in Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, which will also surprise you. In fact, the case of disappearing 103 kg of gold from the CBI custody has been reported here, which is said to be worth about 45 crores. The case was revealed when the Madras High Court ordered the Tamil Nadu CB-CID to investigate the case.

According to the information, the CBI raided the office of Surana Corporation in Chennai during 2012 and seized 400.5 kg of gold. The missing gold is part of it. This gold was locked in CBI’s locks and seals in Surana’s vault and vaults. The Central Investigation Agency says that it had handed over 72 keys of safes and vaults to the Chennai leading special court for CBI cases. The CBI claims that when the seizure action took place, all the gold bars were weighed together. Now after the agreement between SBI and Surana, the weight of gold was varied, which has led to disturbances.

Chennai High Court Judge Justice Prakash refused to accept the CBI’s claim. He handed over the investigation of the case to an officer of SP rank of CB-CID and directed to complete the investigation in six months. The CBI told Justice Prakash that his reputation would be affected if the local police investigated the case.

To this, Justice Prakash replied that Kannu does not approve such an attack. All policemen should be trusted. This means that only the CBI can conduct a major investigation, while the local police is useless.


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