Chandigarh: The day after the Anil Vij raid, the DSP (city) obtains an additional charge from the police station | Chandigarh News
In the complaint collected by the Minister of the Interior during the surprise inspection of counterfeit banknotes at the police station, the police registered a case under section 489-A (counterfeiting of banknotes or banknotes bank) and 489-B (use as genuine, forged or counterfeit banknotes or banknotes) of the IPC at the police station in Sector 5. In June 2021, the deputy circle chief of the bank alleged that a person unknown had deposited a Rs 100 note and a Rs 200 note, which were later identified as counterfeit notes, but no action was taken on the complaint. The police station also followed up on another pending complaint with the sector 5 police station. A complaint was handed over to the cops by Swaraj Chauhan, director of the branch of the Federal Bank, sector-11. He said that a Manoj, a resident of Khark Mangoli, approached the bank and took out a gold loan of Rs 3.45 lakh on November 16, 2020.
Bank officials said that at the time the loan was processed, an acid / stone test had been performed and it appeared to be genuine. As a result, the loan was sanctioned and paid into the account of the accused, who withdrew it.
Bank officials alleged that after a few months the loan account became overdue, and in accordance with the process, branch officials contacted the accused for renewal. The accused went to the branch and requested the renewal of the gold loan with an increase in the loan amount. He was told that since his loan account was in arrears, he would have to deposit the full amount first, after which he could take out the loan.
When the accused did not deposit the gold loan amount, the manager called the goldsmith to verify the amount of gold deposited in his name. Upon checking, the goldsmith found that the gold jewelry was fake and spurious. A police complaint has been filed.
Take all complaints seriously:
In the aftermath of the surprise visit of the Minister of the Interior of Haryana, Anil Vij, the Commissioner of Police (PC) of Panchkula, Saurabh Singh, on Saturday asked the DCP, all ACP and SHO concerned to take seriously all the complaints they would receive. The chief policeman also instructed the police personnel to maintain the police station well and to be present in uniform. He warned that those who did not follow the instructions would be subject to strict measures. The CP called on the authorities to take strict action against hookah bars, illicit alcohol, the meat trade, drugs and other illegal activities.