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JAMMU: Crime Branch Jammu has filed a charge-sheet against accused in four-year-old fraud case of cheating a woman of over Rs 4.20 lakh on pretext of selling her a plot. As per an official spokesperson, sleuths of Crime Branch Jammu produced a charge-sheet against accused Ashok Kumar Sharma, son of Kenya Lal, resident of House No.324, Rehari Colony Jammu and others in the Court of law in a case registered vide FIR No. 12/2017, under Section 420 of RPC at Police Station Crime Branch Jammu for their involvement in cheating complainant and duping him of hard-earned money by preparing false agreement to sell 4 Kanals land. The charge-sheet has been produced in the Court of Sub-Judge, Jammu for judicial determination.Giving further details, the official further said that a written complaint was lodged by one Aruna, wife of Sham Parkash, resident of 209, Rehari Colony Jammu in Crime Branch wherein she alleged that accused Ashok Kumar Sharma entered into an agreement to sell land measuring 4 Kanals, situated at Salalpur Tehsil & District Jammu and took Rs 3 lakh as advance and balance payment was to be made after two months but when complainant approached accused with remaining amount of Rs 17 lakh as per agreement, the accused refused to execute sale deed, and also did not return money as per agreement. It was further alleged that after repeated requests, the accused further allured the complainant and entered into another agreement for sale of land measuring 17 Marlas situated at Zaffre Chak, Marh Jammu and took Rs 1,20,000 more but again refused to execute formal sale deed. The accused once again repeated the same act and entered into a third agreement with complainant in respect of the land measuring 14 Marlas for a total sale consideration of Rs 4,20,000 and refused to execute formal sale deed, thereby duping complainant of hard-earned money.The official further said that a preliminary verification was initiated by Crime Branch Jammu, and during course of verification allegations were prima facie substantiated, which led to registration of criminal case against accused for in-depth investigation of the case. From the evidence collected during the investigation and statements of witnesses, offence under Section 420 of RPC was fully established against accused for alluring the complainant and succeeding in obtaining Rs 4.20 lakh from complainant, with an inducement of selling him 4 Kanals land, which even didn’t exist in his name, he added.
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