Nagpur: Swindlers went on duping spree in city as five cases of frauds were reported involving money to the tune of over Rs 33 lakh. The victims included a flat owner, a bank, job seekers, loan seekers etc. No arrests have been made in any of the cheating cases.
In the first case, three con persons namely Sanjay Rajkishore Singh, Ashok Kumar Nirsu Singh and Reena Ashok Kumar Singh connived with each other and prepared a bogus sale agreement of Flat No 101, Sai Taj Apartment, Mauza Borgaon belonging to Sayyed Amiruddin Sayyed Gasuddin (42), resident of 43-C, Rathod Layout, Anant Nagar. Armed with the forged sale agreement, the three accused approached Central Bank of India, Gittikhadan Branch and procured a loan of Rs 12 lakh. Moreover, the three fraudsters also broke open lock of the flat and took possession of the property forcibly. This way the three accused duped the flat owner as well as the bank. Gittikhadan cops have booked the three offenders under relevant sections of IPC and probing the matter further.
In yet another cyber crime, two unidentified tricksters relieved a 42-year old man Deepak Jivanlal Mojwani of Satranjipura, Itwari, by pilfering Rs 98,000 from his account in HDFC Bank, Kingsway Branch, through netbanking. Sitabuldi police have registered a case under IPC and IT Act sections and searching for the two accused.
Similarly, a 26-year old youth Santosh Lalkhe Shaha, resident of Gajanan Square, Hingna Road, and his friend were approached by a father-son duo Suryaprakash Garg and Pralay Suryaprakash Garg, both natives of Pahadi Kheda, District Panna (MP). The father-son duo promised Santosh and his friend jobs in Government-owned Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL). After trapping them in their design, the two accused took Rs 14.15 lakh in return for the jobs. Santosh and his friend were neither provided with jobs nor their money returned by the father-son duo. MIDC police have registered a case.
In yet another fraud, three women fraudsters Ayesh Mehra, Vandana Mehra, Neeru and their accomplices were contacted by Milind Sevakram Vijewar (30) of Shiv Vihar Colony, Date Layout, after reading an advertisement in newspapers. The ad had promised loans under Jan Dhan scheme. The three accused women “assured” Milind Vijewar that a loan of Rs 10 lakh could be given to him through Met Life Finance Cooperative Ltd. In return the accused took Rs 11,250 from Milind in the name of completing formalities. Milind was neither given the loan nor the amount returned. MIDC cops have booked the three women accused. Police suspect the names to be fictitious ones.
In the fifth case of fraud, Rama Dilip Sasane (40) of Sainagar, Hingna Road, and other women were duped to the tune of Rs 6 lakh for receiving loans. The three accused Sanjay Sadashiv Sardar, his wife and Krushna Santosh Baghel (36) of Rajiv Nagar approached Rama and other women and promised them a loan of Rs 10 lakh each from Gram Udyog, Sadar. For facilitating the loan, the accused usurped Rs 6 lakh from Rama and other women. The loan was not given nor the Rs 6 lakh returned by the three accused. MIDC police booked the three fraudsters and probing the matter further.