bhosari: salary refused, guard damages 12 vehicles | Pune News

Pune: Bhosari MIDC police on Saturday lodged a complaint against a private security guard working at a stone crushing site in Moshi, accused of ransacking 12 vehicles and setting one of them on fire. between them, a light commercial vehicle. The incident happened in the early hours of Saturday.
While police have yet to arrest the guard, who is on the run, an investigation revealed he was angry with his supervisor, who had not paid him a salary for two months. Sarvankumar Shah (44) from Dehu filed a complaint with the Bhosari MIDC police in this case.
When contacted, Shah told TOI that early on Saturday morning he was made aware of the incident at the Moshi site. “When I got there, I discovered that the windshields of 12 heavy vehicles, including dumpers and mixer trucks, were broken. A light utility vehicle with a generator was completely charred on site, ”Shah said.
Shah said he learned that one of the site’s security guards had gone mad and damaged the vehicles. “The guard was deployed by a private security agency, which we named to the site,” Shah said.
Shah said: “We have suffered losses of over Rs6 lakh, this too without our fault. We asked the security agency for an explanation.
A Bhosari MIDC police officer told TOI that a prima facie investigation revealed that the guard was upset because he had not received his salary in the past two months. “In a fit of rage, he damaged the vehicles. We started a search for him, ”the officer said.