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Fraud of 18 lakhs from woman in Ambala: The accused sold shops mortgaged in the bank; Case filed on 3

Fraud of 18 lakhs from woman in Ambala: The accused sold shops mortgaged in the bank; Case filed on 3

In Ambala district of Haryana, he was cheated by Rs 18 lakh from the woman by selling a mortgage shop in the bank. On realizing the fraud, the victim has submitted a complaint to the Superintendent of Police, after which the police have registered a case under various sections against the accused 2 women, including 2 women. Sushma, a resident of Shiv Mandir New Ratangarh, located on the shopkeep Rani said that Simran Sharma wife Piyush Vats, resident of village Nanyula, had sold 188.88 square yard shop number-45 in the new grain market for Rs 17 lakh 76 thousand on 22 August 2019. The accused had said that there is no loan at the shop. He transferred a total amount of Rs 18 lakh to Simran Sharma's account, including the registry. The accused registered the boon of the said shop in his favor, but till date no notice related to the said shop was received from any bank tehsil or any other government office. Bank Authority made the shop to the shop The shop has been sealed by the bank authority with the help of police and tehsildar. He came to know that Simran Sharma wife Piyush Vats, Piyush Vats, Sushma Sharma, resident of Nahan House, wife Yoga Raj Sharma do business of grabbing lakhs of rupees from people. Complainant Sushma Rani said that accused Simran Sharma had said while selling the shop that he is the owner of this shop, but was mortgaged in the bank due to loan at the shop. Police registered a case under Section 406,420,120-B against the accused. Tax investigation

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July 23rd 2022, 4:31 am
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