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Elderly man committed suicide in Aishbagh areas

6/8/2018

He lost rupees 25 lakhs in the greed of double money Crime Reporter, Bhopal, Aishbagh Police has filed a case of fraud against employees of a chit fund company in Delhi. The accused had cheated Rs 25 lakhs from a businessman. The incident was executed in the name of doubling the amount. Later, when victim began seeking his money back, the accused began to threatening him to kill and implicate him in fake cases. At last the aggrieved old man hanged himself on 24th April. After one month of investigation police have registered an FIR against unknown persons for fraud and incitement to suicide. Police can soon leave for Delhi to arrest the accused. According to investigative officer Nilesh Awasthi, deceased Keshav Pal (60) was the resident of house number 155 in New Subhash Nagar. He used to run a cloth shop,while his wife is retired from the government department. From the year 2014, he was in touch with a person named Nair of Delhi. Who was used to tell himself as an employee of a chit fund company of Delhi. By bluffing the victim of doubling his money, accused had taken rupees 25 lakhs in several installments in different bank accounts. On completion of the time, when Keshav Pal sought his money back the accused refused to pay the amount. Not only this, many unknown persons also started calling on his mobile and threatened him. Then aggrieved Keshav Pal killed himself by hanging. Wife’s fund was also lost Investigation Officer Awasthi said that Keshav Pal had not only lost his millions of rupees but he had wasted his wife’s provident fund which she got after her retirement. Police says that in our investigating we are trying to find that whether the deceased had any kind of blackmailing from the accused because both the parties had only telephonic talks and deceased had deposited a large amount in accused bank accounts. Letter revealed cause of death During investigation the police recovered a letter from deceased’s room which was addressed to the police. In that letter deceased wrote the whole story of cheating done by frauds. However, instead of going to the police, Keshav Pal went to finishes his life and committed suicide.

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