A major incident of theft has come to light in the goods of soldiers being sent to Delhi from the Ordnance Factory located in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. Recently, goods were sent from Defense Factory to Delhi for soldiers, in which 100 Haversack bags of soldiers have been stolen. In this case, the police has registered an FIR and the defense officials have also constituted a committee to investigate. 194 boxes of goods were sent from the Ordnance Factory to Delhi. The goods were sent from the factory by Annapurna Transport. Out of this, two boxes of goods were stolen from the way. There were 100 haversack bags of soldiers in it. In these bags, soldiers keep their carbine magazines, cartridges, binoculars or other important items and tie them over their uniforms. Anurag Yadav, DGM of OEF factory, himself while giving information to the Aaj Tak team said that the soldiers’ uniforms have not disappeared, the soldiers were sent to Delhi from our place, but two pieces disappeared from the way, for this we have visited our place. An inquiry committee has been formed, after whose report action will be taken. Since there is a matter related to the Defense Factory, so the police is also in action. Joint commissioner Anand Prakash Tiwari says that two pieces of soldiers have gone missing, taking this seriously, the police is investigating, soon the thieves will be brought to the fore. Earlier there was news that 100 uniforms of soldiers had gone missing, but the factory denies it. Related news Defense Factory says that uniforms are not made here, we make Haversack, which were sent to Delhi, out of which 100 have been stolen, they are being searched.
100 haversec theft sent from Kanpur to Delhi for soldiers, know what happens? Com Auto News