Troubles mounted for Maple Group Chairman Sachin Agarwal on today with the police squeezing crisp charges of imitation against him for purportedly deceptive individuals into buying pads promising less expensive rates by wrongfully utilizing the logo of ‘Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana’ and a nearby court dismissing his expectant safeguard.
The Economic Offenses Wing (EOW), examining the case, booked Agarwal and different officials of the developer firm for imitation and criminal break of trust.
“We have slapped areas 467 (imitation of profitable security) 468 (fabrication for motivation behind tricking), 471 (utilizing as honest to goodness a fashioned report) and 409 (criminal rupture of trust) of Indian Penal Code,” said Deputy Commissioner of Police Deepak Sakore.
Police had before enlisted a deceiving body of evidence against the blamed.
The DCP said one reason behind forcing extra charges is that Maple Group had utilized the logo of ‘Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana’ in their notice without authorization.
He said the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) and PMAY have educated police that the designer did not take any formal authorization before discharging the notice.
Prior in the day, Additional Sessions Judge S B Kachare rejected the safeguard request recorded yesterday by Agarwal, Managing Director Naveen Agrawal and Sales Manager Priyanka Agrawal after EOW restricted it.
Maple Group had as of late distributed ads promising a 1-BHK level for just Rs 5 lakh on the edges of the city.
The “questionable” ad conveyed pictures of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Pune Guardian Minister Girish Bapat, obviously to “deceive” individuals into trusting that the task, titled Maharashtra Housing Day, was an a portion of Pradhan Mantri Aawas Yojana (PMAY).
In the interim, senior NCP pioneer Ajit Pawar blamed the BJP government for deferring the capture of Agarwal.
“The legislature is delaying on the issue of capture of (Maple Group CMD) Sachin Agarwal, blamed for deceiving normal individuals. Why are police not able to catch him?…”Is he Dawood Ibrahim that police are not ready to follow him?, he told correspondents here.
Looking for an intensive test, Pawar asked, “It has been quite a while, the case has been enrolled yet why is Agarwal not traceable.”
Police had said around 32,000 individuals had booked a level in the minimal effort lodging venture.
The firm later began returning cash to investors after a body of evidence was enrolled against them taking after commotion.