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Posted at: Feb 16, 2019, 7:43 AM; last updated: Feb 16, 2019, 8:30 AM (IST)

12 FIRs against two real estate companies for Rs 18.5-cr fraud

Investors allege they were not allotted plots, flats by family-owned firms

Parveen Arora
Tribune News Service
Karnal, February 15

Investors have accused the developers of two major real estate companies of duping them of over Rs18.5 crore. The police have registered 12 FIRs against developers and their companies. Of these, nine have been registered in the last one month.

The investors alleged they had invested their money in two real estate companies — JD Universal Infra and Aegis Value Homes — owned by a family comprising, Inderjeet Dhamija, his son Divya Dhamija, his younger brother Ashwani Dhamija, and his brother in-law Raj Kumar Juneja, and others, but were not given plots/flats or their money back.

The investors, including Subhash Trehan, Nishant Bhatia, Bhupinder Bhatia, Sidharth Chaudhary, Darbara Singh and others, approached Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar recently and requested the arrest of the accused. Besides, they have also met ADGP Navdeep Singh Virk and Superintendent of Police Surinder Singh Bhoria for the arrest of the accused.

Trehan and Bhupinder said they, along with several other investors, had paid crores of rupees to the accused, but were not given plots/flats or money back.

“Even after nine FIRs against Inderjeet Dhamija and six against Juneja of cheating, fraud and criminal conspiracy, they have been out of reach of the police and the investigation is moving at a snail’s pace,” alleged Trehan.

Farmer Darbara Singh (75) alleged the developers had purchased his land for an affordable housing project, but did not pay him the promised money.

“We have registered FIRs against the accused on the complaints of various investors,” said Superintendent of Police (SP) Surinder Singh Bhoria.

More people were coming forward with their complaints against the two firms, he said.

“The police had arrested Juneja of Nilokheri and two others. Later, he got bail and he absconding since. We are making efforts to nab Inderjeet Dhamija and others,” the SP said.

More complaints pouring in 

  • The erring real estate companies are JD Universal Infra and Aegis Value Homes 
  • Farmer Darbara Singh (75) alleged the developers had purchased his land for a housing project, but did not pay him the promised money
  • The police say more people are coming forward with their complaints

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