Jaipur: 4 employees of courier company absconding with a parcel worth Rs 7.50 crore full of diamonds and jewels, case registered


A case of missing a parcel worth Rs 7.50 crore full of diamonds and jewels has come to light from Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. According to reports, these parcels escaped with 4 employees of a courier company. In this regard, a case has been registered against four employees on behalf of the company manager at Sindhi Camp police station in the capital. The police have started searching for these absconding employees after registering a case. 

SHO Gunjan Soni informed that a case has been registered in this regard by Dharmendra Pandey, manager of a courier company named Ambe Express Logistics Pvt Ltd, a resident of Mumbai. He told that the company's office is in Gopalji's way. The company has hired a house on Station Road for the Jaipur staff. 

Employees Vikas Gurjar, Hariom Gurjar, Surendra Gurjar and Dev Narayan work in the office. Manager Dharmendra Pandey went to Mumbai on 20 April. On 23 April morning, Vikas Gurjar and Hariom Gurjar went to Jaipur airport to collect courier goods. After this, he informed Dharmendra on the call to pick up the goods from the airport at around 10.30. 

After half an hour of calling again, none of the employees picked up the phone. Fearing any untoward incident, Dharmendra informed the owners in this regard. After coming to Jaipur immediately from Mumbai, Dharmendra took over the office and home. Here they found missing jewels from the parcel. He told that the parcel had jewels worth about Rs 7.50 crore.