Gang that used false papers to buy loaned cars has been dismantled
Govindpura police dismantled an interstate gang of fraudsters involved in lending vehicles using false documents, arrested two gang members and recovered vehicles worth Rs 50 lakh.
Police acted swiftly following a complaint filed by Prince Sachdeva regarding Ramdayal Meena and Imran who deceived Toyota Financial Services India Limited by providing false documents to use the vehicle on loan.
The two were caught and in the investigation the defendants revealed details of Devendra Rajput, Tejpal and Shukar Singh from Jaipur who fled and a team is said to be sent to catch the defendant.
The police registered a case under Articles 420, 467, 468,471 and 34 of the IPC and arrested the accused.
Police recovered 1 Urban Cruiser with registration number MP04 EA6113, a Maruti Suzuki Brezza car with registration number MP04EA6279, an Innova car without a number and a Bajaj City 100 Finance motorcycle from the Bajaj company with the number of registration MP04VB3747 and 6 fake Aadhaar cars
The total cost of the vehicles is around 50 lakh. The defendants have been on three cases in Rajasthan, Imran was released in November 2020 and after returning to Bhopal he started committing crimes.
It is interesting to note that the arrested defendants took three rental houses in Bhopal and produced false ownership documents of the three houses which were recovered from their possession.