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SRINAGAR: Crime Branch, Kashmir on Thursday presented charge sheet against Mohammad Ayoub Rather, son of Abdul Majeed Rather, resident of Kursu Rajbagh, Padshahibagh, Srinagar, in a case registered under FIR No 09/2016 with Police station Crime Branch, Kashmir.
The case was registered on a complaint of Mohammad Salman Mir duly endorsed by the Court of 3rd Munsiff Srinagar wherein it was alleged that the accused Mohammad Ayoub Rather has resorted to preparation of a fake and fabricated rent deed in respect of a shop in the name of wife of the complainant and has subsequently induced J&K Bank Branch Jowher Nagar Srinagar to sanction loan of Rs 10 lakh against M/s Royal Glass House, Jowher Nagar, Srinagar.
The investigation conducted has revealed that accused Mohammad Ayoub Rather has approached JK Bank Branch Jowher Nagar, Srinagar for a loan facility of Rs. 10 lakh in the name of his firm M/s Royal Glass House. It was also found that during the process of sanction of loan the accused among other documents has submitted a rent deed in respect of a shop situated at Jowher Nagar Srinagar.
During investigation, it has surfaced that the property/shop reflected in the rent deed/agreement is in the name of Khalida Jan wife of complainant and the person shown to have executed the rent deed in favour of the accused was having neither ownership nor possessory rights over the property. It was also found that the accused Mohammad Ayoub Rather while preparing this false document has resorted to forgery by affixing fictitious signatures of landlord and the witness as confirmed by the opinion of forensic expert.
The investigation revealed that subsequent to falsification of rent deed the accused has knowingly and dishonestly produced this forged document as genuine one before the J&K Bank authorities and has deceitfully obtained the loan facility of Rs 4 lakh in the name of M/s Royal Glass House Jowher Nagar, Srinagar.
On the strength of oral and documentary evidence coupled with the opinion of forensic expert, the investigation thus found that accused Mohammad Ayoub Rather had resorted to a forgery by preparation of rent deed to shower wrongful gain upon himself and as such was found to have committed offences Under Section 420,468, 471 RPC.
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