- A bullock cart worth Rs 2 crore in Visakhapatnam district
- Cheating the people of the six zones in the name of bean butterflies
- Victims who resorted to the police
Eliababu alias Ravi, a native of Chabrol village in West Godavari district, came to Ravikamatam in Visakhapatnam district about ten years ago and initially lived in a rented house and traded in rolled gold. At the age of six, Vemalamma’s mother started Pappula Chitti under the name Enterprises. He collects lots of Rs.200 and Rs.300 from each person every month. Each Sankranthi festival offers 25 types of goods like pulses, jaggery, soaps, rice, oil etc. Deliberately delivered goods annually.
This year too, Buchaiyapeta, Ravikamatham, Rolugunta, V. Madugula, Narsipatnam, Golugonda, Chodavaram and other zones as well as in various parts of Visakhapatnam, he has collected lots from 20,000 people. But, as the wallpapers approached, the goods were not delivered. The switch came off when Ravi, who was carrying butterflies for goods, called.
Ravi has been building his own house in Komallapudi village in Butcheyyapeta mandal for the last four years and living with his wife and two daughters. But, right now that house is locked. Surrounding people said that Ravi had not been seen for months. Some of the victims, who thought they had been deceived by this, resorted to the police.
About 20 victims from Ravikamatham mandal Arjapura lodged a complaint at the Butcheyyapeta police station. SI B Ramakrishna said that the case will be registered and investigated.