Jaipur: 1,400 lost mobiles returned to owners | Jaipur News


Authorities commissioner Anand Srivastava with recovered mobile telephones

JAIPUR: The city authorities have recovered ,432 cell phones that was stolen from the previous 3 decades. Throughout the lockdown period, the town authorities in coordination with additional district authorities retrieved the telephones, which they promised have an estimated worth of over Rs two crore.
Authorities commissioner Anand Srivastava stated they had established Apna cellular apne haath, Jaipur commissionate ke sath (our cellular in our hands, with Jaipur authorities commissionarate).
Srivastava stated they’d worked out action strategy to trace lost cellular phones. Further police commissioner Ashok Gupta and deputy commissioner of police (crime) Yogesh Yadav played instrumental part in the effort.
Srivastava dispersed the missing cellular phones to their owners in Jaipur authorities commissionarate on Wednesday.
The cellular phones were retrieved from Jaipur, Sikar, Jhunjhunu, Churu, Hanumangarh along with other districts.


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