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Financial Institution Fraud: People Under siege

CHENNAI: There is a financial institution called ‘A.R. Mall’ operating at Mukappher, Chennai. On behalf of this company, if you invest 1 lakh rupees, you will be given 3,000 rupees as interest every week. But it is said that he has cheated more than 30 crore rupees without paying any interest for a month.

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Mukesh Kumar, 27, from Thandaiyarpet, has already lodged a complaint against the company with the Financial Crimes Unit, Ashok Nagar, Chennai.

In this situation, more than 30 people besieged the office of the financial institution yesterday, demanding the return of the money. Then, they are said to have thrown them out with bodyguards called ‘bouncers’.

In this case, one of its managing directors, Jayaprakash Robin Aaron, returned home after receiving treatment at the Kilpakkam hospital, claiming that the investors had attacked him.

The Nolampur police are investigating the matter.

‘Gundas’ pounce on ration rice smuggler

Coimbatore: Additional DGP, Civil Supply Crime Investigation Division, Arun, ordered strict action against those involved in ration rice smuggling.

Subsequently, the police are taking action against those involved in ration rice smuggling in Coimbatore. Meanwhile, on the 27th of last month in Cherannagar area of ​​Coimbatore, Babu, 47, from Velalapatti, Coimbatore, who tried to smuggle 1½ tons of ration rice to Kerala, was arrested by the Coimbatore Civil Supplies Crime Investigation Department.

13 cases are pending against him in police stations in Coimbatore and Pollachi. The Civil Supply Crime Investigation Police recommended to Coimbatore Police Commissioner Balakrishnan to arrest Babu under the Prevention of Gangster Act.

He ordered Babu to be locked up under the gangster law. Following this, the police gave a copy of the order to Babu in jail.

hoarding cannabis; Jail for two

A complaint was made to the police that cannabis was being hoarded and sold in the Chettipalayam area of ​​Coimbatore.

Following this, the police conducted a raid in the Ambal Nagar area of ​​Chettipalayam. Gokul, 22, from Erode district and Gokul, 22, from Trichy district, who were storing ganja for sale, were arrested and imprisoned. 1,100 grams of ganja was seized from them.

Police chased women under the influence of alcohol

Annuar: A policeman who chased women under the influence of alcohol near Coimbatore was caught by the public and handed over to the police.

Velmurugan, 27, hails from Chokampalayam near Annuar, Coimbatore. He is working as a second-level constable in a highway patrol vehicle at Avinasi, Tirupur district.

Tulsi Mani, 28, and Vijayalakshmi, 27, who work at Banyan Company in Nariambally, were going to Rudriyampalayam on a moped yesterday evening. Velmurugan, who was under the influence of alcohol, continued to follow the women’s moped on his Yamaha bike. Seeing this, the people of the town hugged him.

Annur informed the police. Annoor police went and fetched Velmurugan and tested him for alcohol consumption at the government hospital. He was then interrogated, warned and released.

According to the police, a report has been sent to the district SP to take departmental action against police officer Velmurugan.

On further investigation, Velmurugan had seen the woman marrying one of the two a few years ago. But it turned out to be blocked.

The ‘goat’ broke the lock of the house, jewels and money.

Thiruninnavur: Jayanthi, 54, hails from Selvaraj Nagar, Thiruninnavur. Her husband has died and she lives alone at home.

Last week on 21st evening, after locking the house, his daughter Arthi, 30, who lives in Korattur, went to stay at home.

When I visited the night before yesterday, the lock of the house had been broken.

When he went inside, he found that 4 pieces of gold jewelry, 10 grams of silver and 60 thousand in cash were stolen.

According to the complaint, Tiruninnavur police have registered a case and are investigating.

6 people arrested for slashing auto driver

Otteri: Mayakrishnan, 34, of Damodaran, Vyasarpadi, Chennai; Auto driver. Yesterday evening, he stopped an auto carrying some passengers near Jeeva railway station. At that time, Amarnath, an auto driver from the auto stop there, tapped him.

This led to an argument between the two. His friends, who came to support Amarnath, assaulted Mayakrishnan and slashed him with knives. He was seriously injured and admitted to Stanley Government Hospital.

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Otteri police inquired about this and Amarnath, 28, of MM Garden, Vyasarpadi, his friends Prakash, 25, Sanjay, 21, Satishkumar, 28, Madan, 23, and Premnath, 22, were arrested yesterday morning. Also, five knives were seized from the boy who was with them.

Govt will provide employment Rs. 24 lakh fraud: Woman arrested

Coimbatore: The police arrested a young woman who cheated 24 lakh rupees by claiming to get a government job.

Gayatri, 30, hails from Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Telangupalayam, Coimbatore; Accountant in a real estate firm. He became acquainted with Prasanna, 29, and his wife Niranjana, 28, who run a tea shop in Thudialur Subpunayakanpalayam.

At that time both of them were working with Gayathri, a person we knew was working at the placement office in Chennai.

If you register there, they have promised you a government job without taking the exam. Believing that, Gayatri also introduced some others to them.

10 people, including Gayathri, paid Rs 23.95 lakh to Niranjana for a government job. But, they did not get the job as promised.

Gayathri lodged a complaint with the Selvapuram police. In the fraud of trust section, the police registered a case and arrested Niranjana and put her in jail. They are looking for the absconding Prasanna.

Goat stealing gang arrested

Tirupachetty, : The police arrested four members of a goat stealing gang in Tirupachetty and confiscated two-wheelers and lambs from them.

The police led by Inspector Rajkumar conducted a vehicle search on Tiruppachetty bypass.

Yesterday night when four people who came in 2 two wheelers were interrogated, they said that they had already stolen five goats and left them tied at one place and came to steal again.

Subsequently, Madurai Ramu 37, Krishnamurthy, Vedaalva Edison and Ganesan 20, who stole the goat, were also arrested.

16 kg of dried marine cardboard seized

Thondi: 16 kg of dried sea card was seized at Pasipattnam near Thondi.

Police led by SB Pattinam SI, Sundaramurthy patrolled near Thondi. Then they searched the house of Abdul Sardar, 48, of Pasipattanam village.

A sack containing 16 kg of dried seaweed was stashed there. The police confiscated them and handed them over to Ramanathapuram Forest Department. Its value is Rs.30 thousand. The forest department is searching for Abdul Sardar, who escaped.

Indian events

Ayurvedic treatment for cancer? Rs. 15 lakh fraud sensation!

A case has been registered against an ayurvedic treatment center in Thane-Maharashtra for defrauding a railway employee of Rs 15 lakh by claiming to treat cancer.

A railway employee from Maharashtra’s Thane district has lodged a complaint with the police that an Ayurvedic treatment center defrauded him of Rs 15 lakh 22 thousand, claiming to treat his wife suffering from cancer.

The police said:

The railway employee has complained that since last year’s Bibra line, his wife is being treated but there is no improvement in her condition. A few months later, the staff at the Ayurvedic treatment center shunned him, he alleged.

A case has been registered against two employees of the Ayurvedic treatment center in this regard. No one has been arrested in this case. An investigation into the allegations is underway.

Thus they said.

World events

American gets 100 years in prison for Indian-origin girl’s death

In Washington-America, the court sentenced an American arrested in the case of the death of a 5-year-old girl of Indian origin to 100 years in prison.

Last March 2021, a 5-year-old girl named Mia Patel of Indian origin was playing in a hotel room in Louisiana, USA.

Then, he was injured when a bomb suddenly fell on him. Despite being admitted to the hospital and given intensive treatment, the girl Mia Patel died.

The police, who conducted an investigation in this regard, arrested Joseph Lee Smith, 35.

The investigation revealed that during an argument with another man in the parking lot, Lee Smith fired a gun and the bullet hit Mia Patel, who was playing in a nearby hotel room.

A case related to this took place in court.

After closing arguments, Judge John D. Mosley sentenced Joseph Lee Smith to 60 years in prison with no possibility of parole or commutation.

He also sentenced him to 40 years in prison for various charges related to this. Through this, Joseph Lee Smith has been sentenced to 100 years in prison.

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