A wierd-looking gold colour-coated chariot got here afloat to the Bay of Bengal coast close to Santabommali on this north coastal Andhra district on Wednesday morning, leaving the locals in awe.
Going by the lettering on the chariot, that seemed extra like a floating puja mandir, police suspect it might be of Myanmar origin.
SI Naupada says, “It might’ve come from another country. We’ve informed Intelligence & higher officials.” pic.twitter.com/XunW5cNy6O
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A date, 16-01-2022, was discovered inscribed on the chariot.
The locals pulled it ashore after which the police took management of it, however everybody was clueless the way it drifted this far.
The sea is at the moment tough due to the cyclonic storm Asani and this presumably brought about the chariot to drift adrift.
The Naupada sub-inspector of police mentioned the lettering on the chariot and its construction recommended it might be of Myanmar origin.
“It is made of tin sheet and given a gold coloured coating. It looked like a puja mandir on wheels,” the SI mentioned.
There was none onboard the chariot, he added.