Jagmohan Garg talking about promoters of land firm Unitech Ltd, Sanjay Chandra and Ajay Chandra, have been sent to police guardianship for four days by a Delhi court in an asserted tricking case identifying with a lodging venture in Greater Noida.
Extra Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sandeep Garg remanded them authority for cross examination into a FIR stopped by a 85-year-old lady asserting misrepresentation by the firm and its Directors for not giving over a flat reserved by her in 2006.
Jagmohan Garg high spotted the FIR, stopped in 2016, said that in March 2006, Unitech Ltd had skimmed a private venture in Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh called ‘Unitech Cascades’ which was reserved by her that year for a measure of Rs. 43 lakh.
Out of this sum, she had effectively paid Rs. 41 lakh for the level, which was to be given to her by April 2008 according to he level purchaser cum allottment letter, it guaranteed.
Be that as it may, as the conveyance date drew closer, the organization authorities revealed to them they were running behind timetable and the level would be assigned by the last quarter of 2008.
Before long, the organization authorities quit reacting to the complainant’s inquiries and did not refresh her about the advance of the development, the FIR claimed, including that till date, the development was not finished.
The Chandras have been blamed for offenses under areas 120B(criminal trick), 420 (bamboozling) and 406(criminal rupture of trust) of the IPC.
In a similar lodging venture, another purchaser had held up an asserted conning objection against the promoters in which a sessions judge had a year ago requested start of procedures against Chandras saying they had “liable goal to cheat from the earliest starting point”.
Over the most recent couple of years, a few FIRs have been stopped against the Unitech big shots for purportedly bamboozling homebuyers by not conveying them properties obtained from their company’s lodging ventures.
Mr Sanjay and his sibling Ajay Chandra, both overseeing chiefs of Unitech, were sent to imprison a month ago regarding a deceiving argument enrolled against them by level proprietors in a Gurgaon venture. A trial court had conceded them break safeguard for three months in April and declined to expand it.