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CBI registers complaint against Mumbai-based company over fraud allegations by IDBI Bank

Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered a case against a Mumbai-based company on a complaint filed by the IDBI Bank.

The CBI has registered a case against a private company based in Mumbai and others including its directors, unknown public servants, and private persons on the allegations of cheating the bank to the tune of Rs 63.10 crores (approx) during 2014 to 2016.

A total of 15 people including the Chief Managing Director of Bike Bot company have been named in FIR. A multi-level marketing scheme ‘Bike Bot’ and lured around 2 lakh investors with the promise of doubled returns in a year.

CBI has registered FIR to probe the ‘Bike Bot’ scam.

Lakhimpur Kheri: Three more arrested in Kheri case

UP police arrested three more in the Lakhimpur Kheri case in which eight people including four protesting farmers were killed in the district’s Tikonia area.

With the three arrests on Saturday, a total of 13 people have been arrested in the case, including union minister of state Ajay Mishra’s son Ashish Mishra. All the arrests have been in relation to the FIR filed from the farmers side alleging Mishra to have run over the four farmers, killing them. In the other FIR that was filed in relation to the lynching of two BJP workers that took place after the farmer had been mowed down by a car belonging to Mishra, no arrests have been made so far, said a senior police official. However, last week, some notices were served to some local farmers.

The three arrested are named Mohit Trivedi of Singahi town, Ranku Rana of Barsola Kalan and Dharmendra of Chimma Tanda- both falling under the jurisdiction of Tikonia police station. The arrests were made during the interrogation of some of the accused arrested before.

Apart from Mishra, another high profile arrest is of Ankit Das, nephew of Akhilesh Das, a former Congress leader and son of Babu Banarsi Das, former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh. He is currently in judicial custody.

Haryana government lays down mandatory details for private realty advertisements

NEW DELHI: The Haryana government has made it mandatory for all private realtors to specify their project licence number, layout plans and the total number of apartments to be built in their advertisements, and any failure to do so could invite three-year prison term, a top state official said on Saturday. Haryana is the first state to introduce such a regulation.

Mushrooming building projects have prompted realtors to put catchy advertisements often overselling their projects and sometimes giving sketchy details. Analysts say this move will help bring transparency and provide home buyers clarity to help make a choice. The new rules for realty advertisements will come into effect immediately.

The state government’s notification, issued by the town and country planning department (DTCP) on Friday, has punitive provision for non-compliance of these norms. “Offenders will face three years’ imprisonment. Private developers have been putting out all kinds of advertisements, and in several cases buyers are clueless about whether these projects are approved by the government or not,” said T C Gupta, director general of DTCP told TOI.

There have been complaints galore to DTCP from buyers since they are worried about the projects’ authenticity. “People spend their lifetime savings to buy a house. We can’t allow developers to loot people like this,” Gupta said while interacting with realtors in Delhi.

Haryana industry secretary Y S Malik agreed with Gupta. He said he has been flooded with calls from harried buyers. “I have been receiving calls from several people, seeking projects’ details. I would often take DTCP’s help to gather the information,” Malik said. Officials are concerned about growing complaints of fraud. “Several FIRs have been filed with Economic Offence Wing of police in Haryana and other states,” DTCP’s Gupta said. He cited several examples, where builders had sold apartments well above the licencing authority’s sanctioned limit.

Gupta said he has asked district town planners (DTPs) across the state to file FIRs against violators. “I’ve asked each DTP to get an FIR lodged every week. There will be no compromise,” he said. Realtors welcomed the move. “It’s a historic move by any state. It will help clear the dirt. People will have greater faith in the industry,” Navin Raheja, chairman of ASSOCHAM national council on real estate, said and urged other states to follow Haryana’s example.

DTCP has cleared maximum files related to change of land use (CLU) – primarily for residential purpose – in the past year. “We’re compiling a list of all such CLUs in the past two years. These will be posted on our website so that people get a fair idea of the projects before investing,” Gupta added.

( Originally published on May 29, 2011 )

Over 1,200 booked over protest in Uttar Pradesh’s Noida

An FIR was lodged on Tuesday against 1,200 to 1,500 protestors, including women, who have been charged with murder attempt, rioting, wrongful confinement, destruction of public property, among others, during an ongoing protest outside Noida Authority office here, officials said. Around “1,200 to 1,500” accused people have been booked in the case and the FIR names 31 inpiduals that includes Bhartiya Kisan Parishad leader Sukhvir Khaleefa alias Sukhvir Pahalwan.

Hundreds of people from several villages in Noida have been protesting for over 40 days against the local authority with various demands, including hiked compensation for their land acquired by the government in the past.

The protest is not part of the ongoing anti-farm law stir against the Centre on Delhi’s borders since November last year.

According to police officials, the protestors led by farmer leader Khaleefa had locked the main gate of Noida Authority office in Sector 6 on Monday and also attacked police personnel who were deployed at the site.

“The protestors started a march from the Baraat Ghar in Harola towards the Noida Authority office in the afternoon, raising slogans and hurling abuses against the officials. Their march also disrupted traffic movement on the busy road,” a police official on law and order duty claimed.

“Those leading the march paid no heed to police’s announcements and efforts to pacify them and instructed the protestors to break past the barricades that were set up to control the crowd,” the official from the local Sector 20 police station said.

Several policemen were injured in the clash that ensued and later the protestors locked up the main gate of Noida Authority office, disturbing government work also, according to the official.

The first information report (FIR) was lodged around 2 am on Tuesday at the Sector 20 police station in connection with the episode and on basis of a complaint by the police personnel.

The accused have been booked under Indian Penal Code Sections 307 (attempt to murder), 342 (wrongful confinement), 341 (wrongful restraint), 332 (causing hurt to public servant in discharge of their duty), 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty), 427 (mischief), 504 (intentional insult) and 147 (rioting), according to officials.

They have also been charged with IPC Sections 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant), 269 (unlawfully or negligently spreading infection of any disease dangerous to life), 270 (malignant act likely to spread infection of disease dangerous to life).

Sections under the Epidemic Diseases Act, Criminal Law Amendment Act, and the Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act have also been invoked in the case, the officials said.

20 people arrested, over 150 booked in Pakistan for attack on Hindu temple

Police in Pakistan’s Punjab province on Saturday said they have arrested 20 people and booked over 150 others for their alleged involvement in an attack on a Hindu temple in a remote town of the country.

The police action came after the country’s Supreme Court on Friday pulled up authorities for failing to stop the attack and ordered the arrest of the culprits, observing that the incident has tarnished the image of the country abroad.

Hundreds of people, carrying sticks, stones and bricks attacked the temple, burning parts of it and damaging the idols, in Bhong area of Rahimyar Khan district of the province in protest against the release by a court of an eight-year-old Hindu boy, who was arrested for allegedly urinating in a local seminary.

“We have so far arrested over 20 suspects allegedly involved in attacking the temple in Bhong,” District Police Officer (DPO) of Rahim Yar Khan Asad Sarfraz told reporters.

He said more arrests are expected in the coming days as police are identifying the suspects through video footage.

An FIR has been registered under terrorism and other sections of the Pakistan Penal Code against over 150 for their involvement in attacking the temple, he said.

“We will arrest every suspect involved in this crime. On the order of apex court, restoration work of the temple has been started,” he said.

On Friday, Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed said that vandalism at the temple had brought shame to the country as police acted like silent spectators.

The Chief Justice wondered at the arrest of the eight-year-old boy and asked whether police were incapable of understanding the mental capacity of the minors.

Pakistan’s parliament on Friday condemned the temple attack by adopting a resolution.

The hearing in the case has been adjourned till August 13.

India on Thursday summoned the Pakistani charge d’affaires in New Delhi and lodged a firm protest, expressing grave concerns at this reprehensible incident and the continued attacks on the freedom of religion of the minority communities and their places of religious worship in Pakistan.

Hindus form the biggest minority community in Pakistan.

According to official estimates, 75 lakh Hindus live in Pakistan. However, according to the community, over 90 lakh Hindus are living in the country.

The majority of Pakistan’s Hindu population is settled in Sindh province where they share culture, traditions and language with Muslim residents. They often complain of harassment by extremists.

fir | CBI files FIR against company, its directors for cheating SBI-led consortium of over Rs 862 cr

The CBI has registered an FIR against Trimax IT Infrastructure and Services Ltd and its directors for allegedly cheating the State Bank of India-led consortium to the tune of over Rs 862.06 crore between 2009 and 2017, officials said on Monday. The agency has also named TIISL managing director Surya Prakash Madrecha and director Chandra Prakash Madrecha as accused in the FIR, they said.

Following the FIR, the agency conducted searches at nine locations, including residential and office premises of the accused at Mumbai, Kolhapur etc, CBI Spokesperson RC Joshi said.

“It was alleged that during the period 2009-2017, the accused were sanctioned credit facilities under consortium banking which were enhanced from time to time,” he said.

Joshi said the directors of the private company, allegedly acting in conspiracy with others, “manipulated the books of accounts, perted the funds” released by banks and thereby, cheated seven consortium member banks, including

State Bank of India

, to the tune of Rs 862.06 crore.

cbi | CBI files FIR in Narendra Giri’s death, team sent to spot

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has taken over the probe into the mysterious death of Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad (ABAP) president Mahant Narendra Giri. The agency registered a case on Friday and dispatched a team of officers from Delhi to Prayagraj to investigate the case. The team includes forensic experts, said people with knowledge of the matter.

The first information report (FIR) registered by the agency mentions Anand Giri, a disciple of the deceased seer.

Earlier this week, the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh had recommended a CBI probe into the death of the seer following which the Centre handed over the case to the agency. Giri, president of the largest organisation of seers in India, was found dead on September 20 under mysterious circumstances at Baghambari Math in Prayagraj. An alleged suicide note was recovered from the site in which the name of seer’s disciples – Anand Giri and two others – were mentioned. The UP Police had registered a case of abetment to suicide earlier this week.