Mohali police lodged another cheating case against GBP Group

Updated on Mar 04, 2022 03:31 AM IST

In the second cheating case against the GBP Group in the past one week, its promoters have been booked for failing to hand over the possession of a flat to an NRI customer

GBP group’s promoters are facing several cases since they left the country, leaving in the lurch over 2,500 people who have invested nearly <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>1,500 crore in their multiple residential and commercial projects. (Representative image)
GBP group’s promoters are facing several cases since they left the country, leaving in the lurch over 2,500 people who have invested nearly 1,500 crore in their multiple residential and commercial projects. (Representative image)
ByHT Correspondent, Mohali

In the second cheating case against the GBP Group in the past one week, its promoters have been booked for failing to hand over the possession of a flat to an NRI customer.

The complainant, Ravinder Gandhi, told the police that he paid 50 lakh for a flat in 2019, but till now, he had not its received possession.

He also alleged that his company, Shri Krishna Media Solutions, Sangrur, handled advertising for the group from 2017 to 2020, but they had yet to clear payment worth 1.17 crore.

Following his complaint, cases have been registered against the group’s owners – Pradeep Gupta, Satish Gupta, Raman Gupta, and Anupam Gupta – under Sections 406 ( Criminal breach of Trust) 420 (cheating) and 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code at the NRI police station in Mohali.

The group’s promoters are facing several cases since they left the country, leaving in the lurch over 2,500 people who have invested nearly 1,500 crore in their multiple residential and commercial projects.

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