Gold chain kept on kalasa goes missing

Gold chain kept on kalasa goes missing

August 9, 2017

Mysuru: A 12 grams gold chain used for decorating a Kalasa during Varamahalakshmi Festival has reportedly gone missing.

One Ramesh, a resident of HMSR Quarters in Siddarthanagar, on Aug. 4, had decorated a kalasa with the gold chain to celebrate Varamahalakshmi Festival in his house.

But when he went to remove the gold chain after two days, he found the gold chain missing following which he lodged a complaint at Nazarbad Police Station.

Nazarbad Police, who have registered a case, are investigating.


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