Fraud report about company owner father son

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To tie. A fraud complaint has been filed against the owner and his father of a private company in Fatehpur that shares borders with the farmers. The farmers claim that Babaru sold 521 bags of rice from the Agricultural Market Committee to a private company. The payment of about nine lakh rupees got stuck.
Farmers from the Andauli village of Jitendra Singh, Ramhit, Manharan, Shivkaran Tiwari, Shivnaresh, Ramesh, Raju and Uma etc. had applied for 521 sacks to be sent to the company Avasar Tarapur (Malwa, Fatehpur) with residence on February 15 have sent in Baberu Mandi Committee 62 kilograms of rice have been sold. The company’s employees had taken them on three trucks. The price is around Rs 9.04,760. Have been making rounds through the company for payment for the past four months.
The company owner and his son give them back with excuses. The amount has been requested to be transferred to the accounts. Several days passed, but the money was not transferred to the account. It is alleged that the bulk of their products have been dishonestly stolen from them.
Following the intervention of SP Abhinandan, Babaru Kotwali police registered a complaint against Jaykaran alias Pappu Patel and his son Amit Patel following the complaint by Ramhit. The investigating officer was appointed Sub-Inspector Akash Sachan.

To tie. A fraud complaint has been filed against the owner and his father of a private company in Fatehpur that shares borders with the farmers. The farmers claim that Babaru sold 521 bags of rice from the Agricultural Market Committee to a private company. The payment of about nine lakh rupees got stuck.

Farmers from the Andauli village of Jitendra Singh, Ramhit, Manharan, Shivkaran Tiwari, Shivnaresh, Ramesh, Raju and Uma etc. had applied for 521 sacks to be sent to the company Avasar Tarapur (Malwa, Fatehpur) with residence on February 15 have sent in Baberu Mandi Committee 62 kilograms of rice have been sold. The company’s employees had taken them on three trucks. The price is around Rs 9.04,760. Have been making rounds through the company for payment for the past four months.

The company owner and his son give them back with excuses. The amount has been requested to be transferred to the accounts. Several days passed, but the money was not transferred to the account. It is alleged that the bulk of their products have been dishonestly stolen from them.

Following the intervention of SP Abhinandan, Babaru Kotwali police registered a complaint against Jaykaran alias Pappu Patel and his son Amit Patel following the complaint by Ramhit. The investigating officer was appointed Sub-Inspector Akash Sachan.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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