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first_imgAuthorities at the famous Bowring Institute, an elite club in Bengaluru, were in for a shock on Thursday: In three lockers, they found huge amounts of cash, gold, diamonds, expensive watches and documents in six heavy bags.Since there was a demand for sports lockers in the club, the authorities issued notices to members from February 2018, through e-mail and SMS, and also posted notices on the institute premises.While many came forward to register their lockers, there were 126 lockers for which nobody had come forward to register. Hence, the process of breaking open the lockers began on Thursday. That’s when they found the stash.HS Srikanth, the honorary secretary of the Bowring Institute, told India Today that the entire process was video-recorded, and that when the bags were found, they had no clue to whom these lockers belonged.The club authorities then immediately informed the local police and officials from the Income Tax (I-T) and Directorate of Enforcement (ED) departments, who began their investigation.The bags had cash worth Rs 3.90 crore, 650 grams of gold, diamonds worth Rs 7.8 crore, property documents worth hundreds of crores, 1 Rolex watch and other watches valued at Rs 40 lakh, signed blank cheques for Rs 50 crore, Rs 30 crore and Rs 5 crore.Srikanth says it was during the investigation that an individual named Avinash Anarkali Kukreja, 48, who is a real estate businessman claimed ownership of the contents.”His mother was a regular visitor. Avinash wasn’t an active member of the club,” Srikanth added.On Sunday, IT and ED department officials visited Bowring institute to continue their investigation.advertisementlast_img read more