Fake Travel Agent Duped Farmer of Rs 12 Lakh on the pretext of sending his daughter to Canada. Case u/s 406,420 IPC & Sec 13 Punjab Travel Professionals (Regulation) Act 2014
In the present post we’ll read about the police, booked a woman on the charge of duping a farmer of Rs12 lakh on the pretext of sending his daughter to Canada. She neither returned the money nor the original passport and certificates to the complainant. Rather she threatened him with life.
Balkar came across Mewa Singh, who told him that his granddaughter, Kulwinder Kaur, resided in Canada and she had come to India for a few days. Mewa Singh said she also worked as travel agent and had sent three girls to Canada earlier.
Balkar Singh met Kulwinder Kaur and urged her to send his daughter to Canada. The deal was settled for Rs12 lakh. He paid Rs 5 lakh through cheque and later transferred more amount in Kulwinder Kaur’s account. After repeated talks, Kulwinder did not give a satisfactory response, said Balka Singh.
Later, Balkar Singh came to know that he had been deceived by Kulwinder Kaur. He asked the woman to return his money, certificates and passport, but she refused to do so and threatened him.
The Fatehgarh Sahib Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Amneet Kondal, said Balkar Singh, a resident of Dhirpur village, had lodged a complaint with the police that Kulwinder Kaur, alias Renu, a resident of Mehmadpur village, posing as a travel agent, duped him of Rs12 lakh on the pretext of sending his daughter abroad.
The SSP said Kulwinder had never been to Canada. “A case has been registered under Sections 406, and 420, of the Indian Penal Code, and Section 13 of the Punjab Travel Professionals (Regulation) Act 2014 against Kulwinder Kaur,” the SSP added.
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