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IG threatened me to withdraw complaint, says realtor’s wife

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  SAS Nagar, August 31, 2014
First Published: 10:03 IST(31/8/2014) | Last Updated: 10:05 IST(31/8/2014)

After accusing him of molestation, Kricpy Khaira, wife of scam-tainted local realtor Davinder Gill, now has charged inspector general (IG) of police Gautam Cheema with intimidating her to withdraw the complaint.

Addressing the media here on Saturday, she said the IG had barged into her room at Max hospital to threaten her. She alleged that Cheema had taken away proclaimed offender (PO) Sumedh Gulati, business partner of her husband, illegally from police custody after his arrest in a case of fraud.

Hindustan Times had highlighted an inquiry report from the SAS Nagar superintendent of police that confirmed that the inspector general had taken away the proclaimed offender without the permission of the duty officer and the police had, later, found the man in his custody at Max hospital.

In this case, Kricpy Khaira and Maninderpreet Gulati, wife of Sumedh Gulati, had both filed a police complaint here against the IG and his accomplices, including Aryan of Sector 38 in Chandigarh.

Khaira said that a week ago, the inspector general had made a threatening call on her mobile phone.

She claimed to have submitted the conversation record to the police.

A senior police officer said a report had gone to the Patiala range inspector general of police for further action. Sources in the police confirmed that the molestation inquiry against the IG and suspended Jammu and Kashmir officer Ajay Chaudhary was complete.

Hindustan Times tried to contact the IG repeatedly but his mobile phone was switched off. On June 25, Kricpy Khaira, wife of Sky Heights Land Promoters owner Davinder Singh Gill, had accused Cheema of molestation.

Earlier in the month, she had accused him of kidnapping her husband, who is accused in a scam related to Palm City real-estate project at Mullanpur near Chandigarh.

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