Gurugram: Barely two weeks after a trader was shot dead in the oldest and busies meet of Gurugram there has been another incident where a trader was mugged and robbed of Rs 10 lakhs.According to law enforcement officials, Yash Kalra, the victim and owner of Hari Sweets, was walking towards his car, parked near his shop, around 10.45 pm, when the accused man snatched the bag of cash from him. “I started walking towards my car. I was carrying my bag which contained around Rs 10 lakh in cash — collection from the sales over three days. Suddenly, a man on a scooter came and snatched my bag. When I screamed for help, my staff ran after him but could not catch him,” Kalra said in his first information report. Also Read – Kejriwal ‘denied political clearance’ to attend climate meet in DenmarkThe brazen incident again highlighted the rising number of criminal activities where traders in and Gurugram are being targeted. The problems of traders and businessmen being targeted by goons have been a major law and order challenge in the outskirts of Gurugram. However, the incidents of traders and businessmen being targeted are also being reported on a large scale from the city centre. Complaining of law and order, traders have now been stating that not only thefts but now the trader community are being victimised with extortions, kidnappings and even murders regularly. Also Read – Bangla Sahib Gurudwara bans use of all types of plastic itemsThe traders have been demanding that is a need for more police vigilance in the outskirts of the city like Sohna, Pataudi and Badshahpur where the rates of crime against the traders are rising rapidly. “There is no doubt that a trader in the city does not feel safe and secure in the city. Today he can be easily targeted and harmed by the gangsters. Today the gangsters are emboldened that they can carry out a heist or murder in the daylight and get away with it. The Police must increase its presence in Gurugram,” said Pawan Bansal who runs a garment shop in Sadar Bazaar Gurugram.