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CB registers FIR against Ansh Group for duping people
11/17/2020 10:40:22 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Nov 17: Crime Branch (CB) Jammu registered a formal criminal case against suspects for approaching the complainant and other gullible people of District Kathua and luring them with a business plan to invest in company namely Ansh Group of Companies.
The accused had given the assurance to gullible investors that their money would be doubled in ten months and company would pay bonus as well as gift items to the members, thereby duping the complainant/ people of their hard earned money in hundreds of thousands.
The accused who have been booked for the fraud, cheating and conspiracy are Mukesh son of Mohender resident of Julana Pauli Jind Haryana (Director Ansh Group of Companies), Sonu Rani daughter of Inder Singh resident of H.No. 1951 Dahar Panipat, Haryana, Deepak Malik son of Mahender resident of Julana Pauli Jind, Haryana (CEO Ansh Group of Companies) and Parveen Kumar son of Bhisham Singh resident of 951, Ward No. 8, Near Post office Dera Bassi, SAS Nagar, Mohali Punjab of Anush Group of Companies and its members Ranjeet Singh son of Sukhdev Singh resident of Village Khappian Tehsil & District Mukhtar Sahib Punjab, Jaspal Singh son of Nimral Singh resident of 146, Gali Achhan Singh Wala Raja Sansi Amritsar, Sr. Constable No. 4/299 unit 4th IR Bn and Sukhwinder son of Nirmal Singh resident of 146, Gali Achhan Singh Wala Raja Sansi, Amritsar.
Brief facts of the case are that a written complaint was received in Crime Branch, Jammu wherein complainant namely Varinder Singh son of Lt. Dhyan Singh resident of W. No. 14, Tehsil & Distt Kathua and others alleged that the suspect with common and criminal intension approached the complainants and presented them a flamboyant business plan with a malafide intention to cheat them. The suspect Ranjeet Jaspal Singh and Sukhvinder Sing promised the complainants that the company viz Ansh Group of companies owned and run by Mukesh and others are investing in company with promise to double the amount within 2 to 3 months. The complainants were induced by the suspects then fraudulently made them transfer a total of Rs 34 lakh and 30 thousands (Rs 34, 30,000) in the accounts of Ansh Group of companies under the wrongful influence of the suspect.
Taking cognizance into the matter, a preliminary verification was conducted by Crime Branch, Jammu. During the course of enquiry both documentary and oral evidence in the form of statements of witnesses was collected, which has Prima facie established commission of the Crime. Accordingly a formal criminal case has been registered against the accused under the relevant sections of law for in-depth probe against the said accused persons and investigation initiated.
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