Fraud case registered on court orders

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Fraud case registered on court orders

Saturday, 01 April 2023 | Staff Reporter | BHOPAL

After court orders Shahjahanabad police have registered a case of cheating against the fraudster who took Rs 10 lakh from an elderly woman on the pretext of giving interest of Rs 8000 every month for life and after providing Rs 18000 the accused have stopped giving money.

The woman had complained about this to the police, but no action was taken. Now the case has been registered on the orders of the court.

According to the police, 73-year-old Lakhwinder Kaur, a resident of Neelkanth Colony Shahjahanabad, is a housewife. He filed a complaint in the court that in the year 2013, Rs 10.2 5 lakh were deposited in the Bombay Mercantile Co-operative Bank Peergate branch.

In the bank he found Hasan Mohammad Hasan son of Tawakkul Hussain.

He introduced himself as an employee of the bank. He said that less interest will be available in the bank. He took the contract of Municipal Corporation Bhopal and asked Lakhwinder to invest money in the contract.

The scheme was on giving Rs 10 lakhs he will give Rs 15000-20000 every month and gave 11 self cheques to win Lakhwinder's trust. For some time he kept giving money. After this, stopped giving money from July 2019. In August 2020, Lakhwinder complained about this at Kohefiza police station. As soon as he came to know about this, the accused reached her house and threatened to kill her.

Kohefiza police did not take any action on this also. On this, the woman complained to Home Minister Narottam Mishra. After which the police called the accused to the police station. He told Lakhwinder that he would not be able to give Rs 15000-20000. Gave an affidavit to the police to pay Rs 8,000 every month and returned 11 cheques.

After this, the accused gave only Rs 18000 and after the non-receipt of money, Lakhwinder complained to Shahjahanabad police station, but no action was taken. On this the woman filed a complaint in the court.

The Court of Judicial Magistrate First Class Nimish Raja ordered the police to file an FIR. after which the police registered the case.

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