Muzaffarnagar, Following a woman’s complaint, Muzaffarnagar police registered an FIR against three people, including her husband, for fraudulently transferring Rs 9.5 lakh from a bank account. The woman is having a dispute with her husband. Because of which she lives separately for 2 months.
What is the rupees fraud case?
Preeti Gupta, originally a resident of Sushant City, Gurugram, Haryana, is married to Sharad Gupta, a resident of Brahmpuri Mohalla in the city. Preeti Gupta applied to the SSP and said that her husband Sharad Gupta, her mother-in-law Kamlesh and her father-in-law Sushil had cheated on her. She told him that her father Yogeshchand Aron had given Rs 9 lakh for the upbringing and maintenance of him and her child. The money that she transferred to her account making 8 and 1 lakh respectively became FD. It is alleged that her husband Sharad Gupta and her mother-in-law and her father-in-law, without her knowledge, fraudulently transferred Rs 9.50 lakh to her account using her forged signature.
The bank did not listen, even hit the police station.
Preeti Gupta alleges that when she went to the PNB New Mandi bank branch in question with a fraud allegation, officials did not listen to her and shook her off. After which she complained about the matter to the New Mandi Police Station. But the policemen sent him back after assuring him that they would resolve the matter. When the FIR was not registered, he complained to SSP Abhishek Yadav about the matter. Following which, by order of the SSP, the New Mandi police station registered an FIR in the matter and launched an investigation.