He lent papers to buy a phone, crooks took out a personal loan | Ahmedabad News

Ahmedabad: A 38-year-old man from Gandhinagar on Saturday filed a cheating complaint against three men who took out a personal loan of Rs 48,000 on his documents that the complainant gave them to take out a loan to buy a cell phone from ‘worth Rs 18,300.
Vijay Dantani, a resident of Adiwada village in Gandhinagar, said in his FIR with Sector 21 police that the incident took place in July 2020 when he went to inquire about a cell phone.
Dantani went to a store in Sector 16, he met the accused Chetan Rajawat, Abdulkadar Qureshi and Rajnikant Vora, who were giving information on cell phones to their various customers.
Dantani inquired about the cell phone and they showed him various cell phones and Dantani liked one of them which cost around Rs 18,300. They told him he could buy the phone. by taking out a loan, after which Dantani made a down payment of 5,000 rupees.
Dantani had to pay six installments of Rs 2,374 each, including the interest on the loan for his cell phone. After which, they kept the cell phone with them for about an hour and a half and did some banking transactions and also got his identity proof like a voter card and a pan card in holding the cell phone loan, a indicated the FIR.
In September last year, two debt collectors from a private bank broke into the house and demanded Rs 14,244 as unpaid down payments on his personal loan. Dantani tried to convince them that he had not taken any personal loan, but the agents were not convinced and wanted to recover. he later inquired with agents at the main branch of the private bank in Prahladnagar and found that the personal loan of around Rs 48,000 had been taken out in his name. He approached the police and the investigation revealed that the three men – Rajawat, Qureshi and Vora had taken out a personal loan in Dantani’s name.
Police in Sector 21 charged the three men with cheating, breach of trust and criminal conspiracy and opened an investigation.

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