Due to the closure of the insurance policy of one lakh, a person resident of Fatehgarh Channa of Samana was upset. He wanted to get it started. Then he got into such a trap to start the policy that he lost Rs 40 lakh. He sold up to five acres of land for this. Then he realized that he was cheated. The complaint of the matter has been given to the police.
Farmer Jagveer Singh said in the complaint lodged with the police that he had got an insurance policy in the year 2008, but due to some reasons that policy was discontinued. One day he got a call from a person named Arvind Prasad that if he wants to start his discontinued insurance policy, then for this 25 thousand rupees will have to be deposited in his bank account.
Jagveer Singh got in touch with the caller and got the amount deposited. After that he got a call again. The caller said that he would get him an amount larger than Rs 1 lakh. For this, put another 25 thousand rupees in the account. Jagveer Singh put 25 thousand rupees in his account. After this the caller and his companion kept luring him and many times they asked for money. Every time Jagveer Singh kept coming in his talk and kept depositing money. He has put a total of 40 lakh 30 thousand 912 rupees in his account.
Jagveer told that he did not have much money, due to which he kept filling money by borrowing money from relatives and friends, but when the demand of thugs kept increasing, he had to sell his five acres of land to save his already deposited money. .
After investigating the matter, the Samana Police, Mehboob Mehndi resident, house number seven, street number 26, Shilampur, Bhajanpura, North East Delhi, Amar Kumar Manjhi resident house number 46, street number 15, Prem Vihar Najafgarh, Delhi, Dharamveer shop number 6 plot No 65, PH Vijay Block Laxmi Nagar Delhi, Pradeep Jagta resident Bor Sarai Hauz Khas Market Delhi and Punjab National Bank account holder 0349000110044134 and Indus Value account holder 0333002100052597 have been booked.