CCTV Footage Nails Mahudi Jain Temple Trustees; Seen Robbing Deity’s Necklace, Stealing Cash

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CCTV Footage Nails Mahudi Jain Temple Trustees; Seen Robbing Deity’s Necklace, Stealing Cash

| Updated: April 18, 2023 13:46

In a classic case of pilfering from commune-owned assets, two trustees at the Mahudi Jain Temple in Mansa Taluka, Gandhinagar, now stand charged with having stolen assets worth Rs 45 lakhs from the deity’s adornments and cash offerings.  

Based on a complaint filed by Mansa Mahudi temple trustee Bhupendra Vora, the Gandhinagar LCB team arrested and remanded trustees Sunil Mehta and Nilesh Mehta. The duo was caught by CCTV cameras stealing the ornaments from Ghantakaran Dev. During remand, the police seized all stolen gold ornaments and sent the two accused to judicial custody. 

During interrogation, the offenders confessed to their crime and recovered two gold necklaces, each weighing 210 grams worth Rs 10,09,000 from Nilesh Mehta. The photo of another missing 241 grams neck-piece was recovered from Sunil Mehta’s mobile phone. 

The CCTV footage proved to be the crucial factor in the case. When the theft was reported and the police arrived on spot, the complainant handed over the entire footage to the police. “The two are clearly seen in the clip, taking off the gold necklace from the deity. Then, they are seen near the cash vault,” shared a police official. 

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