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


Police commissioner Anand Srivastava with recovered cell phones

JAIPUR: The city police have recovered 1,432 mobile phones which had been stolen in the last three years. During the lockdown period, the city police in coordination with other district police recovered the phones, which they claimed have an estimated value of more than Rs 2 crore.
Police commissioner Anand Srivastava said they had launched Apna mobile apne haath, Jaipur commissionate ke sath (our mobile in our hand, with Jaipur police commissionarate).
Srivastava said they had worked out action plan to trace lost mobile phones. Additional police commissioner Ashok Gupta and deputy commissioner of police (crime) Yogesh Yadav played instrumental role in the campaign.
Srivastava distributed the lost mobile phones to their owners at Jaipur police commissionarate on Wednesday.
The mobile phones were recovered from Jaipur, Sikar, Jhunjhunu, Churu, Hanumangarh and other districts.

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