New Delhi, 19 November (IANS). The Economic Offenses Wing of Delhi Police has arrested an accused, who forged documents and took three home loans from a bank for about Rs 7 crore.
The accused, identified as Sachin Sharma, was arrested by the police on Tuesday.
The case came to light when the owner of a property in Surajmal Vihar alleged that he had given rent to Rahul Sharma, Sachin Sharma and Mange Ram Sharma in 2014. Subsequently, upon the termination of the rent agreement, Sachin Sharma and Rahul Sharma continued to reside in a lease with him in 2016 and as tenants in the said property.
In July 2016, her husband was given a telephone call by officials of the Cholamandalam Investment and Finance Company Limited stating that Rahul Sharma had taken a loan of Rs 2.25 crore to protect her assets and was unrecoverable.
He also discovered that in addition to the above loans, Rahul Sharma, Sachin Sharma and Mange Ram Sharma, together with others, had obtained loans of Rs 2.19 crore and Rs 2.25 crore from Axis Bank and Reliance Home Finance Limited, respectively. Property in March-April 2015 against.
During the investigation, it was revealed that accused Sachin Sharma had prepared three parallel forged series of title documents of the property at Surajmal Vihar in criminal conspiracy with his father Mange Ram Sharma and other accused.
The accused persons also produced a fake death certificate of Rita Babbar and made the remaining member certificate to the effect that Ravinder Babbar, Rajesh Babbar and Sunita Babbar are legal heirs of Rita Babbar. Subsequently, a registered reinvestment deed on November 10, 2014 and a registered correction deed on January 28, 2015, relinquished its alleged share in the property in favor of Sunita Babbar.
A woman named Sunita Babbar sold the property to Mange Ram Sharma, and Rahul Sharma videographed the registered sale deeds and took a home loan from Axis Bank, Reliance Home Finance Limited and Cholamandalam Investment and Finance Company Limited.
Mange Ram Sharma died on 21 April 2015, while the home loan with Cholamandalam Investment and Finance Company Limited was disbursed to his bank account on 30 April 2015.
Joint Commissioner of Police OP Mishra said that during the investigation, analysis of bank accounts of Mange Ram Sharma revealed that accused Sachin Sharma is handling the accounts of Mange Ram Sharma who died on 21 April 2015. Sachin Sharma had withdrawn the loan amount from the bank accounts of the deceased mang Ram Sharma.