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Cheating complaint against gang for setting up investment company and cheat 150 people for 33.55 lakhs

A complaint has been lodged at Vadodara city police station against a gang including father and son duo from Gandhinagar.

Cheating complaint against gang for setting up investment company and cheat 150 people for 33.55 lakhs
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A complaint has been lodged at Vadodara city police station against a gang including father and son duo from Gandhinagar, for setting up a company called CVK Parivar Nidhi Limited and luring investors with high interest rates ranging from 6 per cent to 12.35 per cent. Police have registered a case of cheating and fraud against the duo who cheated around 150 people in Vadodara.

According to a complaint lodged at the city police station, Akshata Bhangaonkar lives with her family in Mangalshruti Mistry Colony, Bhangaonkar Wadi Rangmahal. She was trying to get a job and in the meantime read an advertisement in the local newspapers and went to an office called CVK Parivar Nidhi Limited to get a job. Conman Vijaysinh Solanki, who was present at the time told Akshata about the more she invest in the company and make a fixed deposit, the more commission she will get. Their company has a daily savings and fixed deposit scheme.

He also told Akshata that those who would deposit money in daily savings for six months would be given 6 per cent interest and 5 per cent to 12. 35 per cent interest on fixed deposits. Their head office is located at Infocity, Gandhinagar. The other director was Chhatrasinh Gajesinh Solanki. After listening their scheme she showed her readiness and was given the responsibility as the Central Manager on the third floor of Prince Watch near Gandhinagar House.

Akshata Bhangaonkar got the job in the year 2019, Nimesh Mahendrabhai Parekh was working as office collection boy, Vimal Patel, Couple Kalpesh Sharma and Preeti Kalpesh as well as Usha Machhi as marketing executive were employed. They described the customers for daily savings as well as fixed deposits and deposited thr amount in the office whatever they were investing.

According to the complaint, in the lure of high interest, Akshata Bhangaonkar Rs 1 lakh at 10 per cent interest per annum, Archana Balakrishna Bhangaonkar Rs 50,000 and 12 more people fixed deposit 28,55,000. In addition, 138 people invested Rs 5 lakh in the daily savings scheme at 6 per cent interest for 6 months. Thus, a total of 150 customers have invested in CVK Parivar Nidhi Limited in daily savings and fixed deposits in the lure of high interest of Rs 33,55,000 lakh.

Meanwhile the conman of CVK Parivar Nidhi Ltd. closed the office above Prince Watch Company overnight. Later, Akshata Bhangaonkar, who was posted as Central Branch Manager, and other staff members went to Gandhinagar. At that time Vijaysinh Solanki, Chhatrasinh Solanki and the third director Sanjay Joshi gave posted cheque to 52 out of 150 investors. As soon as the cheques was returned, Akshata lodged a police complaint against them at the city police station.

Based on the complaint, the police registered the case against Vijayinh Solanki, Chhatrasinh Solanki, Kripalsinh Chhatrasinh Solanki and Sanjay Himmatlal Joshi for cheating and fraud of Rs 33.55 lakh.

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