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Three booked for Rs. 20 lakh loan fraud

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Gurgaon, December 16, 2012
First Published: 01:12 IST(16/12/2012) | Last Updated: 01:13 IST(16/12/2012)

The Gurgaon police have registered a case of fraud against three persons for forging property documents to procure a Rs. 20 lakh loan from a bank.
The trio in June 2010 had made fraud property ownership documents in their names and then produced the same in the Oriental Bank of Commerce's Old Gurgaon branch to procure a loan.


According to police, the bank approached the police only recently when it verified the documents and found them to be fake. “The bank has accused Satish Kumar, Surender Kumar Yadav and Joginder Kumar of committing a fraud. The trio paid EMIs for a few initial months, but later stopped the payments. When the bank tried to contact them, they were not to be found," said a police officer.

Robbery bid foiled, 5 arrested
The city police have arrested five men planning to loot a petrol pump in Sector 33.

On being investigated, the accused confessed that they had stolen more than 14 vehicles, including bikes and tractors, from Gurgaon in the past. All five were produced in a court which sent them to three-day police remand.

According to police, the accused have been identified as Bhim Singh alias Sonu, Mukesh, Anand alias Raju and Mahesh Meena from Rajasthan, and Rajesh from Bihar. 
The five have earlier been arrested in Rajasthan for robbery and theft.

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