Father & son lift Rs 3 crore worth books from godown!

A dispute between a tenant and his house owner made the latter a dacoit. 
According to Rachakonda Police Commissioner Mahesh Bhagavath, one Nikethan, who sells books hired a godown of one Srinivas Reddy for rent to keep his books brought for sale. But Nikethan was not paying rent regularly for the last few months. Annoyed over this, godown owner Srinivas Reddy looted Rs 3 crore worth books from the godown and sold them to Begum Bazaar book seller Raziuddin for Rs 17 lakh. In his turn, Raziuddin sold the same to a Mumbai businessman for Rs 22 lakh.
On the other hand, finding the theft of books, Nikethan lodged a complaint with the police. The police plunged into action and quizzed Srinivas Reddy, who admitted that he, along with his father took away the books  and disposed. The police took Srinivas Reddy and his father Narasimha Reddy and Raziuddin into custody.
Speaking to the media today, Mahesh Bhagavath said the  police took Srinivas Reddy, Narasimha Reddy and Raziuddin into custody and seized books worth Rs 3.24 crore from them. Costly books like Indian History, Atlas of My World, Our Earth, Spirit of India and other books were there among the books seized. The Commissioner said they found out that all the books were very costly. The cost of the books ranged from Rs 1500 to Rs 2000 each. The police seized six lorries loads of books from the accused, he said

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