Crime Branch Jammu chargesheets 2 accused in cheating case

Srinagar December 13 (KNS): Economic Offences Wing – Crime Branch Jammu produced 224 page charge-sheet against accused husband-wife duo – Munish Verma S/o Batuk Nath and (ii) Babita W/o Munish Verma both residents of D-45/24 Ramapura, Nai Basti, Luxa Varanasi U.P in case FIR No. 40/2023 U/S 420, 120-B IPC P/S EOW, Crime Branch, Jammu before the Hon’ble Court of law for judicial determination for hatching criminal conspiracy and cheating the complainant- M/S Mahajan Agency through Sunny Dogra S/o Dwarka Nath R/o H.No. 160/6 Nanak Nagar Jammu of Rs 3.25 Lakhs after luring them to place an order for supply food products.

The case stems it origin from a written complaint lodged by Sunny Dogra S/o Dwarka Nath R/o H. No. 160/6 Nanak Nagar Jammu, sales representative of M/s Sai Agro Food industry, alleging therein that complainant – M/s Mahajan Agency trading firm deals in purchase and sale of FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) products including Namkeens, Snacks, fryums etc. in Udhampur for more than 30 years. In 2020 Mr. Sunny Dogra who is the sales representative of M/s Sai Agro Food industry – a sole proprietorship firm registered in Varanasi in the name of accused Mrs. Babita but operated and managed jointly by Mrs. Babita and her husband Mr. Munish Verma, lured M/S Mahajan Agency on the pretext of placing an order of 500 cases/units of the product and cheated it of an amount of more than Rs. 3, 25,000.Click Here To Follow Our WhatsApp ChannelThus Mr. Munish and Mrs. Babita jointly hatched this fraudulent scheme to lure innocent traders/Businessmen like complainant into placing orders for the products and extracting money.

On receipt of the complaint a Preliminary Verification was conducted and during the course of enquiry the allegations were prima-facie substantiated, leading to the registration of formal case under the relevant sections of law for in- depth investigation. During the course of investigation all material evidence in the form of documentary record was collected from concerned quarters besides statements of complainants & witnesses were recorded and it was found that the accused persons deliberately and with criminal intention have cheated and duped the complainant (M/s Mahajan Agency). of their hard earned money on the pretext of providing material (Food Items) and offences U/S 420, 120-B IPC are established against the accused for cheating the complainant. The accused managed anticipatory bail from the Hon’ble Court but did not comply with the orders of the Court to cooperate in the investigation despite several notices, thus prompting Crime Branch to contest bail to which the Hon’ble Court ordered cancellation of their bail.

Accordingly raids were conducted to arrest them and the final report has been presented before the Hon’ble Court.(KNS)

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