Four persons have been arrested for allegedly duping a businessman by selling him properties already mortgaged with bank.
Police said Deepak Goel (33), Sushil Satti (33), Hemant Kumar (43) and Dharmender Yadav (34) were arrested and 100 fake stamps used for making forged property documents have been recovered from them.
Deepak Goel, who is a resident of Jind in Haryana, is a property dealer with his office in Sector-8, Rohini, in the name of Balaji Estates. He had allegedly prepared forged documents of properties which actually are owned by him but mortgaged with banks.
The other three persons are his associates, the police said.
According to a complaint filed by one Baldev Raj Sapra, who runs a pressure cooker manufacturing factory, one Dharmender Yadav, whom he knew, introduced him to Goel.
Between October 2011 and February 2012, Yadav and Goel allegedly made the complainant buy several properties worth several crores. However, when the complainant went to the office of the sub-registrar, none of the sale deeds were found registered with them.
Sapra filed a complaint with Uttam Nagar police station after which Sushil Satti, Yadav and Goel were arrested on Thursday, while Hemant Kumar was arrested yesterday.