Faridabad real estate firm booked for cheating

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Chandigarh
  • Updated: May 24, 2014 13:57 IST

The Faridabad police have registered a case of cheating, fraud and criminal conspiracy against Kabul Chawla, managing director of real estate company BPTP Ltd, besides Bhavna Puri, vice-president, customers services, of the company, on the instruction of a Faridabad court subsequent to a complaint lodged by two plots buyers, a few days ago.

The complainants, Rohit Kapoor and Mamta Kapoor, said they had booked two plots – one of 479 sq yards size and another 264 sq yards – in A block, Sector 85, Parkland Colony, set up by BPTP in 2006-07.

As per the first-information report (FIR), the dispute began when the accused provided an incomplete format of the plot buyers agreement (PBA) in 2008 — it had blank spaces on several pages — to which complainants objected, but the accused refused to mend it.

The accused had not handed over the possession of the plots either, to this date, despite full payments, overcharging and collecting payment of conveyance stamp duties from complainants, the FIR said.

After the police refused to register a case, the complainants moved the court, which ordered the police to register a case and investigate the matter.

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