Anticipatory bail denied in a case of cheating
Court denied anticipatory bail in a case of fraud.
Anticipatory bail was denied to an hotelier for cheating. A businessman from Udaipur was lulled into a false partnership for a hotel in America.
Vijay Sachdev was lulled into a false partnership by Mayank Mathur. Mathur, resident of Ganpati Enclave in Shiv nagar Jaipur, befooled Sachdev into becoming partner in his hotel in America. Mathur even took a handsome amount from Sachdev as part of partnership deal.
A case of fraud was registered against Mayank Mathur on 6th June 2017 in the court of ACJM-2. Ambamata police registered Vijay Sachdev’s report on court’s orders. The report stated that Mayank Mathur played fraud with Vijay Sachdev by taking an amount of 23 lakhs 73 thousand as partnership deal. Vijay Sachdev had deposited this amount in Mayank’s bank account between 19th January and 5th June 2017.
Mayank Mathur had called up Vijay Sachdev and asked him to reach Jaipur from where they were both supposed to leave for America. When Sachdev reached Jaipur, Mathur was nowhere to be found. Sachdev tried to contact him on his mobile phone which was switched off. Sensing that he has been cheated, Vijay Sachdev returned Udaipur and filed a case against Mayank Mathur.
Mathur’s lawyer defended saying that all the allegations against Mathur are false. The lawyer stated that Mathur had filed a complaint against Sachdev in Kolkata police station against which Sachdev planned a fraud case for defending himself against Mathur. This plea by the lawyer of Mayank Mathur was rejected. Going forth, the court rejected Mathur’s plea for anticipatory bail.
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