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Four held for selling fake vehicle spare parts

Four held for selling fake vehicle spare parts

New Delhi: Delhi Police on Sunday claimed that they have arrested four accused involved in selling fake vehicle products by using the name of prominent companies. The accused booked under the Trade Marks Act. Police identified accused as Chandresh Kalra, Lalit Kumar Sadana, Navin Jain and Ramesh Kumar.

"After receiving complaint, proper investigation has been done and accused arrested after the raid," police said. The case has solved by DIU unit of Central Delhi.

According to complainant during the market survey, he found that some retailers, suppliers, manufacturers deliberately, indulging themselves in selling and distribution of counterfeit products of three major motorcycle

companies. "They are violating the copyright of companies and at the same time causing wrongful gain to themselves and wrongful loss of the companies and as well as to the general public," complainant told police.

"In addition to fiscal loss, the reputation of companies have suffered badly in the eyes of the public," complainant further added.

There are more than 300 cases which are registered with Delhi Police police under copyright act since 2016.

The law enforcement agency claimed that they have nabbed 308 persons in this regard. The Delhi Police data accessed by Millennium Post claimed that in the year 2018, till 84 cases were reported till September whereas in the year 2017, around 115 cases took place. 159 cases took place in the year 2016.

After registering the complaints, a detail investigation was done and also in many cases raids was conducted which led to the arrest of 308 persons (2016-145, 2017-113 and 2018-50 accused).

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