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CBJ charge sheets accused in Rs 10 lakh fraud
2/25/2021 11:18:02 PM

JAMMU, Feb 25: Crime Branch Jammu (CBJ) today produced charge sheet against three accused for their involvement in duping the complainant of Rs 10 lakh on the pretext of arranging jobs in respect of the ward of the complainant and his kin.
Charge-sheet has been produced in the Special Magistrate Railway Court Jammu against Madan Lal Gupta s/o Mulk Raj Gupta r/o EP-962, Mastgarh Jammu, Veena Gupta w/o Madan Lal Gupta r/o EP-962, Mastgarh Jammu and Nivedan Abrol (expired) d/o Devinder Kumar Abrol r/o ward No. 5 Tehsil and district Reasi in case FIR No.03/2017 U/S 420,406,120-B/RPC.
A written complaint was lodged by Mohan Lal Bhardwaj s/o Dhani Ram Bhardwaj r/o H No. 206 Mast Garh Jammu in the Crime Branch Jammu, alleging therein that accused Madan Lal Gupta who is a forest guard by profession and his wife Veena Gupta, who is running a beauty parlour, allured the complainant on the pretext of arranging jobs for his son and 3 other kin in territorial army through their (Dharma) sister Nivedan Abrol and obtained a huge amount of Rs. 10 lakh for the same.
However, after receiving money neither jobs were provided nor was the money returned and when the complainant approached the accused for getting his money back he was abused and threatened of dire circumstances etc.
A preliminary verification was initiated by Crime Branch Jammu and during the course of verification allegations were prima facie substantiated, which led to the registration of the instant criminal case against the accused for in-depth investigation.
From the evidence collected during the investigation and statements of witnesses, offences U/S 420, 120-B/RPC have been fully established against the accused for having allured the complainant and succeeded in obtaining Rs 10 lakh from him on the inducement and promise of providing the job to his unemployed son, son in law and two nephews.
From the evidence collected during the investigation and statements of witnesses, it was found that the accused Madan Lal Gupta, Veena Gupta and Nivedan Abrol allured the complainant and succeeded in obtaining Rs 10 lakh from complainant in lieu of providing the job to his unemployed son, son in law and two nephews.
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