Traders from Andhra Pradesh have arrived looking for a trader

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Traders from Andhra Pradesh came looking for a trader
Chatauli. A fruit seller from Khatauli escaped after selling fruit worth around two million rupees to several arhtiyas in Andhra Pradesh. Andhra Pradesh victims reached Khatauli and met the officials demanding action.
Rammohan Reddy, a resident of the Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh, met the Khatauli inspector along with several other traders. He told the inspector in Tahrir that he was buying bananas from local farmers and selling them to traders. A young resident of Chatauli had arrived there about a year ago to do banana deals. For a few days the vendor passed on the amount of bananas he had bought, but when ten lakhs were borrowed, he asked that the money be paid after he had passed the goods on. In order to get the fees back, he gradually received a loan of 35 lakhs over a year. When he borrowed more money, the dealer changed the company’s name to a different agent. He also took out a loan of about 25 lakhs from him.
Similarly, they did not give their money by taking bananas from around seven to eight arhtiyas. The Chatauli banana dealer received a $ 2 million loan. When he talks to the businessman over the phone to give money, he threatens to kill him. Now he turns off his cell phone. When his investigation was carried out on the said company, this company was also found to be fake. He was located on the basis of the Khatauli merchant’s check. Arhtiya’s victim asked the police to get their money. The police have started an investigation.

Traders from Andhra Pradesh came looking for a trader

Chatauli. A fruit seller from Khatauli escaped after selling fruit worth around two million rupees to several arhtiyas in Andhra Pradesh. Andhra Pradesh victims reached Khatauli and met the officials demanding action.

Rammohan Reddy, a resident of the Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh, met the Khatauli inspector along with several other traders. He told the inspector in Tahrir that he was buying bananas from local farmers and selling them to traders. A young resident of Chatauli had arrived there about a year ago to do banana deals. For a few days the vendor passed on the amount of bananas he had bought, but when ten lakhs were borrowed, he asked that the money be paid after he had passed the goods on. In order to get the fees back, he gradually received a loan of 35 lakhs over a year. When he borrowed more money, the dealer changed the company’s name to a different agent. He also took out a loan of about 25 lakhs from him.

Similarly, ingesting bananas from about seven to eight arhtiyas didn’t give them their money. The Chatauli banana dealer received a $ 2 million loan. When he talks to the businessman over the phone to give money, he threatens to kill him. Now he turns off his cell phone. When his investigation was carried out on the said company, this company was also found to be fake. He was located on the basis of the Khatauli merchant’s check. Arhtiya’s victim asked the police to get their money. The police have started an investigation.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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