Sonam Kapoor Anand Ahuja’s Delhi house jewelry Stolen and cash worth Rs 1 crore 41 lakh missing

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Sonam Kapoor-Anand Ahuja's Delhi house robbed, jewelery and cash worth Rs.41 crore missing, 35 servants hang the sword of suspicion

Sonam Kapoor Anand Ahuja’s Delhi house jewelry Stolen: On the one hand, Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja’s house came with the gift of happiness that they are going to become parents, on the other hand, there is shocking news coming from the house of both of them. It is being told that the house of Sonam Kapoor (Sonam Kapoor Anand Ahuja New Delhi Residence Robbed) has been broken into by thieves. Not 10-20 lakh theft, but more than one crore 41 lakh have been stolen in the house of the actress. The news came to light when Anand Ahuja’s grandmother Sarla Ahuja lodged a complaint with the Tughlaq Road police station about the incident. Police have started an investigation into the matter. It is being told that around 35 servants work in the house of Sonam Kapoor’s grandmother-in-law and now the police can investigate all of them.

According to a report in ABP Marathi, the incident took place in February in the Delhi house of Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja. Sonam Kapoor’s 86-year-old grandmother-in-law Sarla Ahuja, her father-in-law Harish Ahuja and Priya Ahuja live in Delhi. Sarla Ahuja’s manager Ritesh Gaura lodged a complaint in the matter at Tughlaq Road police station in Delhi on February 23. According to the complaint, jewelry worth Rs 1.40 crore and cash worth Rs 1 lakh were stolen from the almirah of his house.

The report says that the police may have questioned 25 servants, nine caretakers, drivers, and other working people in their house in connection with the case. It is being told that Sarla Ahuja checked her wardrobe on February 11 after almost two years. Then they came to know that their precious jewelry and cash were missing. Then, in this case, he filed a complaint on February 23.

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