EOW registers case against Amrapali and two directors for cheating buyers
NEW DELHI: The Economic and Offences Wing (EOW) of Delhi Police has registered the case against Amrapali Dream Valley private limited and two directors for cheating their buyers.
According to police, they have registered a case on February 8 against the company and two directors identified as Anil Kumar Sharma and Amresh Kumar.
"The complainants are the allottees of the apartments in the project of the accused persons namely Amrapali Enchante in Noida Extension region. The present complaint has been filed by the allottees of the project who have been duped by the accused persons of their life savings. All the major agreements such as MOU have been executed in New Delhi," police said.
The complainants were approached by the agents and the servants of the accused persons with various lucrative offers.
Police further claimed that the accused persons with the dishonest intention to cheat the complainants formed a scheme in which they offered the complainants to make the payment of major portion of the total consideration of the proposed apartment and in lieu of that the accused persons offered to make the payment of the Pre-emi to the bank from which the complainants shall avail loan, till the date, possession shall be delivered by the accused persons.
The accused persons called this scheme the Subvention Plan.
That the accused persons had no intention to pay any EMI and had entered into the scheme only to hoodwink the money of the complainants.
"Neither that nor the accused persons had any intention to deliver possession of the apartments to the complain- ants. Till date, none of the allottees of the same project have received the possession of their apartments even though nearly all of them have paid major portions of their considerations of the apartments," added police.
In the police document, it was written that the present case is not where the builder has merely delayed in the delivery of the project or the apartment, but where a special modus operandi with the premeditated conspiracy to dupe the consumers/complaints herein was employed by the accused persons.
Police claimed that a case under sections 406, 420 and 120 B of IPC registered.