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Jammu: Three persons, including a woman, were on Saturday booked by Crime Branch Jammu for allegedly duping a man of Rs 1.92 crore on pretext of selling him a house in a posh local here, officials said.The officials further said that crime branch registered a criminal case against Rakesh Kumar Gupta, son of Suraj Parkash Gupta, resident of HNo-3/Sector-3 Flat No 04 Shingari Enclave Trikuta Nagar; Ravinder Gupta, son of Late Ganesh Dass Gupta, resident of 13-P Sector 3, Trikuta Nagar, Jammu and Champa Devi, wife of Gandamal, resident of H.No-03, Rajinder Nagar, Canal Road for their involvement in duping a man of Rs 1.92 crore by hatching a criminal conspiracy and inducing him for entering into a false agreement to sell a residential house, viz House No. 20/2 Ext. Gandhi Nagar, Jammu constructed in one kanal plot of land in posh Gandhi Nagar area, they said. A written complaint lodged by Sardari Lal Gupta alleged that two persons namely Rakesh and Ravinder, introduced him to Champa Devi who intended to sell her house, the officials said. The complainant expressed his willingness to purchase the house for Rs 1,92,00,000 and accused assured Lal that sale deed would be executed after getting the full payment, they added.
The accused persons received token money of Rs 45 lakh, which is mentioned on the agreement to sell house, and also balance money Rs 1,47,00,000, the officials said.In the meantime, Lal fell ill and remained admitted to a hospital for a long period of time. When he recovered and asked accused to execute the sale deed of the house but they started making excuses on one pretext or other, the officials said. Further, the complainant came to know that the accused persons have transferred aforesaid property to other persons in order to deprive complainant of the ownership of aforesaid house. Thus, the accused persons in league with another person have cheated complainant, they said.On receipt of the complaint, a preliminary verification was initiated by the crime branch Jammu and allegations leveled against the accused have been substantiated, the officials said.The omissions and commissions, on part of the accused prima facie, constitute offences punishable under Sections 420 & 120 of RPC and a formal case is registered in P/S Crime Branch, Jammu against the above mentioned accused persons for in depth investigation, they said.
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