Walia, who reportedly was in office during the incident, said, "My aunt and mother were not present in the house. When my aunt came back around 4pm, she found the lock of the main door broken. Moving in she found the lock of another room also broken along with those of three almirahs. The entire house was ransacked."
Walia's family yet to ascertain the value of the lost jewelleries and goods, though they suspected that the value was in lakhs. Meanwhile, other people in the same area started complaining that even they have been facing similar kind of situation since last six months but police has not taken any action yet.
According to a report published by Times of India, the house of Mangal Sain Tangri, another resident of the same area, was also burgled last month. Mr Tangri reportedly lost cash and jewellery worth of Rs 3 lakh.