EOW books Amrapali builders, its officials in fraud case
New Delhi: The Economic and Offences Wing (EOW) of Delhi Police has registered a case against Amrapali and it's officials for cheating.
Additional Commissioner of Police (EOW) Suvashis Choudhary said that a case was registered on the complaint of Anurag Sahay.
"The promoters of Amrapali Group had launched its project identified as "Crystal Homes" in Silicon City Sector 76, Noida in the year 2013 for 2, 3 and 4 BHK," police said.
Police further added that the complainant alleged that several promises were made at the time of booking.
It was claimed that the project is a part of Amrapali Silicon City will be equipped with all modern amenities and facilities.
The completion of the project was fixed for 48 months from the signing of the agreement.
Police further added that upon this impression the complainant had booked a flat after completing all the requisite formalities including the execution of Builder buyer agreement.
But the company failed to fulfil their commitment and till date, only structural construction has not been completed.
To extract money from the buyer, the accused directors/persons of the company hatched a conspiracy and collected the amount through Mission Completion scheme and subvention scheme .
Based on pre-registration enquiry and contents of the complaint, prima facie an offence under sections 409/ 406/420/120 IPC is made out.
Man held for fraud
A 56-year-old man was arrested for fraud by EOW. Police identified the accused Pawan Kumar Verma.
Addl CP Suvashis Choudhary said he was arrested for the allegations of inducing the general public to give money in the name of loan to be returned at the exorbitant rate of interest against postdated cheques as security.
He was running a jewellery shop at Vasant Kunj.