Delhi-based family booked for cheating
Chandigarh: A Delhi-based family was booked on Sunday for allegedly cheating a corporation bank by submitting "forged" documents to take a loan to the tune of Rs 22 crore, police said here.
A case under various sections of the IPC had been registered against the Delhi-based family on the complaint of Punjab Agro Food Grain Corporation General Manager Rattan Mittal and other officials, they said.
Those booked are Dr S K Jain, his wife and their son- all the residents of Greater Kailash-11, New Delhi.
The accused, who run a company `M/S Reliance Polycrete Ltd` in the Lajpat Nagar area of Delhi, have taken a loan of Rs 22 crore from the bank by submitting forged documents.
No arrests have been made so far in this connection, police added.
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