EOW probes cheating case of Rs 3.5 crore
New Delhi: An investigation has been started by the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Delhi Police in the case in which the person alleged that he was cheated by directors of private companies and property dealer.
According to police, on June 2, they have registered the case on the complaint of one Mukesh Aggarwal wherein he alleged that he has been cheated to the tune of Rs 3.5 crore by three directors of private companies and a property dealer while claiming the marketable title of the property in Surajmal Vihar.
Police said that in pursuance of the oral agreement, the complainant paid and transferred Rs.3.5 crore into the bank accounts of aforesaid two companies from his account as earnest money.
"After taking the money, neither they executed the agreement to sell off the PIQ nor returned the money and also went incommunicado," police said.
The complainant further alleged that he was appointed as Director in one of the company on June 1, 2013, without his knowledge and even his consent to become a Director.