A court has ordered the Delhi Police to file an FIR on the complaint by Kamal Kumar Gupta, Director of PP Jewellers, Delhi, against his son for allegedly transferring his rights in his own name through a bogus company deed.
Metropolitan Magistrate Umesh Kumar approved the order, saying prima facie that there were enough ingredients for a thorough investigation of the matter.
“After having gone through the complaint and the situation report presented by the investigating officer (IO), the complaint made bears in itself all the ingredients of a recognizable crime.
“Therefore, in light of the judgment entered by the superior court, the SHO in question is ordered to file an FIR and conduct a thorough investigation into the present matter,” the judge said, seeking a compliance report prior to the hearing. may 31.
According to the complaint, the defendant amended the incorporation of the partnership company based on a forged partnership deed dated October 1, 2014.
It stated that the complainant became aware of a letter dated 28 October 2015 written by the State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur to the associated company regarding the change in the company’s constitution based on a forged partnership deed.
Mr. Gupta alleged that his son had created false, falsified and fabricated documents, i.e. an alleged partnership deed, and used them to cheat by submitting them to SBI, the Assistant Commissioner of Industries and the Commissioner of Industries’ office.
It alleged that the partnership firm was operating in the regular course of business and that the partners had never changed since April 1, 2005 in the partnership and that the partnership balance sheets were regularly filed.
In addition, the son was never a partner in the company and the two are having a lot of litigation, he said.
“In addition, they used to stay in the same house until 2015 and the son was handling the affairs, they used to receive a lot of correspondence during that time, which did not reach the father’s knowledge and many communications were deliberately hidden by the son. ”, the complaint alleged.
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