Court issues summons to Ansal brothers
A Delhi court has issued summons to realtors Sushil and Gopal Ansal in a cheating case filed by a US-based woman.
New Delhi: A Delhi court here has issued summons to realtors Sushil and Gopal Ansal in a cheating case filed by a US-based woman.
Metropolitan Magistrate (MM) Ashok Kumar issued summons to Ansal Properties and Infrastructure Ltd Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) Sushil Ansal and Ansal Buildwell Ltd`s Managing Director Gopal Ansal on a complaint by Sunila Wadhawan.
"I have perused the complaint and pre-summoning evidence led by the complainant. I hereby take cognisance against the accused persons... Accused persons be summoned for May 15," said magistrate Kumar in its order made available Tuesday.
Wadhawan has alleged that the two brothers had "misappropriated" the commission amount of Rs 11.80 lakh to be paid to her husband.
The complaint was filed through advocate Tarun Rana. Rana in the application has stated that complainant Sunila Wadhawan`s husband Ashok Wadhawan was appointed as authorised agent on commission basis for marketing and selling properties of Ansal Properties and Industries Ltd, which was later divided into Ansal Properties and Infrastructure Ltd and Ansal Buildwell Ltd.
Complainant said the Ansal brothers had assured her husband that commission would be paid to him. Ansal brother later offered a plot in Gurgaon telling her husband that commission would be adjusted against it.
The complainant told court that later they shifted to USA and when they came to India they come to know that the plot was not executed in their name.
The complainant has told court that accused has committed offence of cheating, criminal breach of trust and other various section of Indian Penal code.