STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: Crime Branch Jammu on Wednesday booked a fraudster for entering into a sale-deed of his shop, which was pending bank mortgage liability. The Crime Branch Jammu registered a case against Gautam Kohli, son of late Krishan Nath Kohli, M/s Paragon Textiles, Super Bazar, City Chowk, Jammu after it was prima facie established during preliminary enquiry that the accused had defrauded the complainant by entering into a sale-deed of his shop having a bank mortgage liability, concealing the material facts from the complainant. As per details, the complainant-Sanjay Gupta, son of late Ram Chand Gupta, resident of Purani Mandi Jammu alleged that he purchased a shop from the accused, situated at City Chowk Jammu, through a sale deed after the accused assured him that there was no bank liability pending against it. In due course of time, it was surfaced that there was a bank liability pending against the aforesaid shop with J&K Bank. Reaching out to accused for liquidation of the liability, the accused showed inability and asked the complainant to liquidate the bank liability with an assurance that he would return the amount to the complainant but never did so. Since, it has been prima facie proved that the accused defrauded the complainant with deliberate criminal intention of concealing material facts at the time entering into the sale-deed, a formal case was registered in Crime Branch Jammu and investigation has been initiated under law.
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