SRINAGAR The Crime Branch Kashmir on Monday said that it has registered a case against three people for grabbing the money of one Nisar Ahmad Bhat under the garb of reimbursement of ICICI Prudential Savings Surkasha LP from ICICI Prudential Insurance.
The investigating agency booked Binod Kumar, Aditi and Arun Kumar after a complaint was filed against them for committing a fraud. A preliminary enquiry was started on the written complaint received from one Nissar Ahmad Bhat R/O Natipora, Srinagar, Bureau Chief The Hindu Daily Newspaper over the fraud case.
During the course of enquiry it came to fore that the complainant has been induced to transfer an amount of Rs. 26000, Rs. 15000, Rs. 36000 and Rs. 26000 amounting to Rs.1.05 lakh through NEFT Banking under the garb of reimbursement of insurance policy with interest. During the course of inquiry, the bank account numbers of the suspects have been verified and it came to fore that A/C No. 040701500687 is being maintained at Axis Bank Ltd branch office Zamroodpur Branch by its proprietor namely Binod Kumar Singh R/O F-8, Flat No 2 ,Gautam Budh Nagar Near A Square Mall, Noida (UP). During the course of enquiry CAF of mobile No.s 8377952937 and 9313935834 and other 2 land line numbers were obtained. Perusal of CAF of mobile No. 9313935834 revealed that the said mobile Nos are on the name of Arun Kumar Rai R/O Ganeshpur, Sitomuahi A/P M/S Love Communication at Yakubpur Sector-63 Noida, while as mobile No. 8377952937 is corporate SIM of M/S Aditi Enterprises at Shop No. 12 Chauhan Building Barola, Noida Gautam Budha Nagar (UP) whose proprietor is Amit Kumar S/O Sh. Ompal Singh R/O Sector-45 Noida Gautam Budha Nagar (UP)- 201301. The role of ICICI Prudential employees is also being looked into.
The CB officials said that the callers have cheated the complainant on the pretext of returning the amount of insurance with bonus of his policy Saving Surkasha LP and thereby fraudulently and dishonestly grabbed an amount of Rs. 1.05 lakh from him.
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