Five family members dupe Nagpur businessman of Rs 3.9 crore

Nation Next Newsroom | Aug 17, 2019 17:00

Nagpur’s Nandanvan Police have booked five members of a family for duping a city businessman of Rs 3,90,72,221.

On the basis of a complaint by Sandeep Parmanand Agrawal (46), a resident of Wardhaman Nagar, Nandanvan Police have booked Devendra Govind Goyal (34), Ritesh Govind Goyal (30), Nikita Devendra Goyal (33), Govind Murarilal Goyal (58) and Anita Govind Goyal (33), all residents of Govind Bhawan in Gokulpeth.

As per the police, Goyal family, on knowing about Agrawal’s financial status, befriended him and took him to Dubai on a family vacation. The family then convinced Agrawal that there was a lot of profit in tours and travels business and foreign exchange business. After showing a foreign exchange license, Goyal family asked Agrawal for money and promised him 3% returns per year on his investment.

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From August 10, 2016 to February 14, 2019, Agrawal deposited Rs 4,99,00,000 in the Goyal family’s account. Over a period of time, Goyal family returned Rs 2,31,47,144 to Agrawal but the family did not return the remaining amount of Rs 2,67,52,856 and the profit of Rs 1,23,19,365 (collectively Rs 3,90,72,221).

All the five members of Goyal family have been booked by Nandanvan Police under sections 420, 406, 467, 468, 471 and 34 of the IPC.