October 10, 2020 6:08:25 am
Two Assistant Sub Inspectors posted at Haryana DGP Headquarters and 4 others have been booked on Friday in reference to fraud and prison intimidation involving Rs 36.5 lakh. The accused allegedly cheated a Panchkula resident on the pretext of getting an Indian Oil Company Restricted petrol pump allotted to him.
Complainant within the case, Preet Pal, has accused six individuals, together with Gurinderjit Singh of Zirakpur, Sat Narain of Karnal, Kiran Bala of Yamunanagar, Guru Kirpa Rice Mills of Yamuna Nagar and two Assistant Sub Inspectors Dharminder Sharma and Naresh Kumar Rana, of dishonest, fraud, forgery, misappropriation of cash, threats and intimidations.
As per the FIR, complainant Preet had learn an commercial concerning the Indian Oil Company Restricted allotting rural shops and dealerships in Haryana, following which he had met prime accused Gurinder.
In October 2014, accused Gurinderjit had assured the complainant that he shared a rapport with a number of politicians and was near Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal Khattar. He had allegedly claimed that he can get a petroleum pump allotted to Preet by Petroleum Minister Dharmender Pradhan, even after the passing of the final date for submission of kinds and papers.
The ASIs concerned within the case have been identified to the complainant and have been buddies with the prime accused. “Once I approached them for recommendation, they assured me that he had spectacular contacts and will get my work executed,” reads the FIR lodged by Preet.
A deal was then struck between Gurinder and Preet that the previous would get a petroleum pump allotted to Preet in trade for Rs 35 lakh.
After a chronic interval of a number of years– throughout which the complainant paid cash to the accused a number of instances– a remaining fee was made in 2016, on a promise that the petrol pump might be allotted to him inside a month.
In 2015, the accused demanded a further Rs 20 lakh from the complainant for finishing the work. “In addition they confirmed me a file with stamps and signatures of officers of the Petroleurn Ministry and the IOCL,” reads the FIR.
The complainant then offered off a property he owned to make the ultimate fee. “Thereafter, because the time handed, the accused individuals began avoiding the complainant and regardless of repeated requests by him, there was no response from the accused concerning the allotment of the retail outlet petrol pump. This fashion, multiple 12 months handed and the complainant realised that the accused individuals in connivance with one another had cheated him,” says the FIR.
In October 2017, Preet Pal insisted the accused to make clear the standing of the retail outlet’s allotment or alternatively return the complainant’s cash. The accused individuals then tried to postpone the matter, however on the Pal’s insistence, admitted their guilt and agreed to return the cash.
Because the accused submitted a minimum of two non-admissible cheques to Preet, he determined to strategy the police concerning the matter.
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