The home of senior Congress pioneer and former Finance Minister P Chidambaram in Nungambakkam, Chennai, has been robbed. Despite the fact that the burglary has occurred before, it was found just on Sunday, reports said. Money and adornments worth Rs two lakh is absent. The Chennai Police have recorded a first data report.
A police official revealed to PTI that they presume a few workers of Chidambaram’s were behind the burglary. Chidambaram’s better half Nalini Chidambaram found the things missing from a closet on Sunday morning after she came back from Ooty, as indicated by The Times of India.
P Chidambaram and his family are as of now entangled in a tax evasion case regarding which the Supreme Court had conceded Chidambaram security from capture. The previous back pastor and his child Karti Chidambaram have denied any bad behaviour for the situation.
Police authorities likewise said they speculate somebody working in Chidambaram’s family unit since the previous Union Minister and his living arrangement are under police security.
Nearby media reports show this isn’t the main theft in a similar area as of late. A week ago, a burglary was accounted for by a family that discovered their home broken into when they came back from a trek abroad.
A police objection was recorded and on checking the shut circuit camera film, two cleaning specialists were seen going into the house. Police said the robbery would have occurred around 10 days back when the Chidambarams were not in the city.
On affirming the inclusion of their housekeepers in the robbery, the Chidambarams have made a demand to pull back the grievance.
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As indicated by police, the robbery was seen by Chidambaram’s better half Nalini Chidambaram on Saturday night on her arrival to home when she saw that one pantry was open and money and gems kept there missing.
Money to the tune of about Rs 150,000, gems worth about Rs 100,000 and some silk sarees were stolen.