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    Published On : Tue, Feb 20th, 2018

    Three simpletons swindled of lakhs of rupees in separate cases


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    Nagpur: Three separate cases of cheating were reported in Tehsil, Bajajnagar and Ambazari police stations and offences were registered. In the first case the Directors of Tamil Nadu based Spinning Mills cheated a Nagpur based company by 3.25 crores. In the second case a retired forest officer of Bajajnagar was duped by Rs 39 lakhs by a gang from Noida by luring him with a bonus of Rs 25 lakhs and in the third case the 2 cheaters from Ferozpur took Rs 4 Lakhs from a persons from Ambazari on pretext of doubling them.

    In the first incident Shri Gopal Rameshkumar Pvt Ltd of Gandhibag had been supplying cotton bales to Tirunalvalli’s Messrs Subburaj Spinning Mills Directors from last four years. The Mill directors had been giving thread and hard cash. The dealing between the two started in 25 July 2013 and till 2015 everything was going on well. After this amount was kept pending giving some or the other reason.

    As per the complaint lodged in the Tehsil police station by Vice-President Pramod Shivbhagwan Sabu of Shri Gopal Rameshkumar Pvt Ltd of Gandhibag against Messrs Subburaj Spinning Mills Directors Venkatswami Subburaj, resident of Parachiyamma, Tamil Nadu, Ramswami Raghavan, resident of Ganapati Mess Colony Shankarnagar Narayanmalpuran, Guruswami Krishnakumar, resident of Maskekali, Huyypayam, Comibatore and Arun Subiya resident Triveni Mayani, Madurai Road Comibatore took cotton bales worth Rs 17.7444 crores from Sabu’s firm between 25 July 2017 to January 2018. Subburaj Spinning Mills has kept Rs 3.2156 crores pending. On asking the defaulters had been giving some or the other reasons. Sabu on sensing that the defaulters will not pay he lodged a complaint with Tehsil police on 15 February. After checking the documents thoroughly the police registered an offence against the accused persons. All the accused stay in Tamil Nadu and so a police team will be sent there, informed Police Station Officer Vaibhav Jadhav.

    In the second case Retd Forest Officer Sudhir Jairam Gawande, 79 a resident of Bajajnagar received phone call twice from one Somya Sharma and Kamble saying that he would get Rs 25 lakh bonus under the insurance Lokpal Scheme. After winning the confidence of Gawande, Sharma and Kamble giving various beneficial reason asked him to deposit Rs 24.57 lakh in the bank account. Similarly another accomplice of the above mentioned accused asked Gawande to deposit Rs 14.47 lakh in bank stating that in a short period he would big amount. Every time they would lure him with big amount. But Gawande did not get any amount and so he started pestering them for money. The culprits stopped responding. Gawande came to know that he had been cheated he lodged a complaint in Bajajnagar police station. Bajajnagar’s PSO Dnyaneshwar Patil suspects that a gang from Delhi-Noida may be active. The search is on for these culprits.

    One Shankar Sadashiv Mandke, 53 resident of Pandhrabodi received a phone calls asking him to invest in fixed deposit as the company would give double amount in a short period. Mandke believing the accused deposited Rs 4.2265 lakh for period from December 2016 to 3 November 2017 in HDFC Bank, Ferozpur branch. Soon after maturity date Mendke asked for his amount but the accused stopped responding. On coming to know that he was duped he lodged a complaint with Ambazari police. Police registered an offence.

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