Gang Caught Pledging To Finance Bikes

Photo-11-SP Ajay Kumar taking information about the accused from Kotwal Deepak Shukla. Dialogue
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Hardoi. In the name of giving benefits of the schemes, the city police has revealed the gang who mortgaged the bike by taking records from the villagers and getting the bike financed. Four vicious have been arrested and 12 bikes and three scooties have been recovered on their spot.
On Friday, in the Police Line Auditorium, SP Ajay Kumar said that CO City Vikas Jaiswal had come to know that Santosh, a resident of village Kalyani of Pihani Kotwali area, is running the gang. Its members used to trick the gullible people of rural areas and take their Aadhar cards and other records. Through these records, they used to get bikes and scooty financed from various finance companies.
Later these vehicles were mortgaged for 30 to 50 thousand rupees. On this the police caught Santosh from his house. Along with him, Harinam Prajapati, resident of Katra Bazar of Pihani, Ram Niwas resident of Hariharpur of Tadiawan police station area and Vijaypal resident of Debiafattepur have been arrested along with him. The SP has congratulated CO City Vikas Jaiswal and City Kotwal Deepak Shukla for the revelations. A reward of Rs 20,000 has been announced for the team.
Reliable sources related to the department say that a few days ago two bike agency personnel reached the house of Mevalal, a resident of Chokhadia in Pisawan police station area of ​​Sitapur. He said that the bike has been taken in your name and its installments are not being paid. Hearing this, Mevalal got shocked and said that he did not have a bike and complained about the whole matter to CO City Vikas Jaiswal and City Kotwal Deepak Shukla. After this the police started investigation, then layer by layer the matter went on opening. Records were taken from Mevalal saying that a scheme for the benefit of farmers has come and records are needed to get its benefit.
None of the 15 vehicles recovered have a registration number. After getting the bike and scooty financed, when the installments were not paid, the agency used to keep the RC and insurance papers with them. Many such cases also came to the fore when the people of the finance company reached the concerned person for recovery, he did not even know that the bike was financed in his name.

Hardoi. In the name of giving benefits of the schemes, the city police has revealed the gang who mortgaged the bike by taking records from the villagers and getting the bike financed. Four vicious have been arrested and 12 bikes and three scooties have been recovered on their spot.

On Friday, in the Police Line Auditorium, SP Ajay Kumar said that CO City Vikas Jaiswal had come to know that Santosh, a resident of village Kalyani of Pihani Kotwali area, is running the gang. Its members used to trick the gullible people of rural areas and take their Aadhar cards and other records. Through these records, they used to get bikes and scooty financed from various finance companies.

Later these vehicles were mortgaged for 30 to 50 thousand rupees. On this the police caught Santosh from his house. Along with him, Harinam Prajapati, resident of Katra Bazar of Pihani, Ram Niwas resident of Hariharpur of Tadiawan police station area and Vijaypal resident of Debiafattepur have been arrested along with him. The SP has congratulated CO City Vikas Jaiswal and City Kotwal Deepak Shukla for the revelations. A reward of Rs 20,000 has been announced for the team.

Reliable sources related to the department say that a few days ago two bike agency personnel reached the house of Mevalal, a resident of Chokhadia in Pisawan police station area of ​​Sitapur. He said that the bike has been taken in your name and its installments are not being paid. Hearing this, Mevalal got shocked and said that he did not have a bike and complained about the whole matter to CO City Vikas Jaiswal and City Kotwal Deepak Shukla. After this the police started the investigation, then layer by layer the matter went on opening. Records were taken from Mevalal saying that a scheme for the benefit of farmers has come and records are needed to get its benefit.

None of the 15 vehicles recovered have a registration number. After getting the bike and scooty financed, when the installments were not paid, the agency used to keep the RC and insurance papers with them. Many such cases also came to the fore when the people of the finance company reached the concerned person for recovery, he did not even know that the bike was financed in his name.