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Two people arrested for defrauding bank account of 7.5 crores, 2ft FIR lodged against 11 people

Mumbai/ Two accused of misappropriation of money have been arrested by the Mumbai Police. Both the accused have siphoned off Rs 7.5 crore from a businessman's account in the last four years. In April, the businessman lodged an FIR against 11 people including the accountant. The victim's complaint also included two cousins ​​and his friends.
Had complained to EOW Police 
said that all 11 accused including five women had withdrawn money from the merchant's bank and sent it to their account. In the case, the trader came to know about the rigging when he was informed about the suspicious transaction. The trader complained to the EOW, but the matter was forwarded to the Sahar police station. During the investigation, the police arrested Swapnil Chavan and Girish Agarwal on Friday. Chavan already has charges of dacoity and extortion against him.
Case registered in several sections 
Police say that a case was registered against 11 people on the complaint of the businessman. But when he was called to record the statement, he kept avoiding it. Police have considered Vimal Jagdish Aggarwal and his wife Nupur as the masterminds. A case has been registered under sections 477 (A), 408, 409, 420, 120 (B), 34. The case is being investigated.

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