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JAMMU: Crime Branch Jammu presented a charge-sheet against a father-son duo for duping complainant of his hard-earned money on pretext of providing him 25 per cent interest from ICICI Bank.As per an official spokesperson of investigating agency, the sleuths of Crime Branch presented charge-sheet against accused namely Neeraj Kumar, son of Kamal Lal and Kamal Lal, son of Bhag Ram, both residents of village Domana, Tehsil & District Jammu in a case registered vide FIR No. 21/2016 under Sections 420, 201 and 120-B of RPC for their involvement in luring complainant and duping him of huge amount of hard earned money on pretext of earning 25 per cent interest rate from ICICI Bank.Giving further details, the official said that a written complaint was lodged by one Ashok Kumar, son of Karam Chand, resident of village Domana, Tehsil & District Jammu, in Police Station Crime Branch, alleging that accused Neeraj Kumar, who was working as an agent of ICICI Bank, allured him on pretext that if Rs 1 lakh is deposited in ICICI Bank, he would get 25 per cent interest per annum. Owing to allurements, the complainant gave an amount of Rs 5.50 lakh to the accused but neither interest was paid to him nor principal amount was refunded by accused. It was further alleged that even a draft of Rs 1.25 lakh provided by accused could not be en-cashed in Punjab National Bank, Domana as the same got misplaced through accused Kamal Lal, who was working in aforesaid Bank, as such, both accused have cheated the complaint, he added.The official further said that on receipt of the complaint, a preliminary verification was initiated in Crime Branch Jammu and it was prima facie substantiated that both accused, in a well-planned manner allured and cheated complainant of his hard earned money, leading to registration of instant criminal case. During course of investigation, documentary as well as oral evidences were collected against accused and it was established that accused Kamal Lal and Neeraj Kumar, after hatching criminal conspiracy with each other, allured complainant and duped him of his money. Thus, offences under Sections 420, 201 & 120-B of RPC were established against accused persons. The charge-sheet was produced before the Court of Municipal Magistrate, Jammu for judicial determination, he added.
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