Commission agent held for swindling Rs 5.60 lakh

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 13 May 2018 09:01:10

Accused Shivlal Sahu in police 

 

Staff Reporter,

RAIPUR,

Mujgahan Police on Saturday apprehended a Commission agent on the charge of breach of trust by swindling Rs 5.60 lakh from customers of agro seed shop.
Applicant Vivek Sahu, proprietor of the Maa Sharda Agro Seeds, Khilora Abhanpur, reported at the Mujgahan Police Station that accused Shivlal Sahu working with the shop since 2015 used to collect money from the customers.
However, since May 2016, he started lying that customers aren’t paying the money. He also stopped supply goods to some customers.


When these customers contact the shop about the unavailability of the goods, shopkeeper told them it’s because they haven’t paid for the previous supplies. Customer told Vivek Sahu that they made complete payment to Shivlal Sahu.
As Vivek enquired Shivlal about the same, he told that the money was spent on his personal purposes and he will soon return it.


But, when a cheque given by Shivlal dishonoured at the bank, Vivek Sahu reported the matter to the Police, which registered a case under Section 408 of the Indian Penal Code and arrested Shivlal Sahu.

 

Fraud accused Dr Vipin in police custody

 

 

 

 

 


Homeopathy Doctor arrested for duping two youths

Two more fell victim to the ruse of jobs in Mantralaya as Police arrested a Homeopathy Doctor for duping Rs 95,000 from the two men on the promise of getting their kids a job.


Tikrapara Police informed that applicant Ambika Prasad Patkar, a Baloda Bazaar native, had reported that accused Dr Vipin Sinha had assured Patkar that he can get his grandson a job in the Mantralaya.
Victim came in contact with Dr. Vipin Sinha through his friend Purushottam Bagh, who works at Primary Health Centre Simga. Bagh said he is getting a job for his son in Mantralaya and Patkar can also get his grandson in.
Both of them met Dr. Vipin Sinha near Khalsa School and Purushottam Bagh gave Rs 45,000 whereas Ambika Patkar gave Rs 50,000.


Accused promised them getting their kids recruited on the post of peon within a month. But, he kept on delaying.
Dr Sinha even gave cheques to the victims, but it was dishonoured in the bank. It was then victims reported the matter at the Tikrapara Police Station.
A FIR under Section 420 of Indian Penal Code was registered and Dr Vipin Sinha was arrested on Saturday.