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Posted at: Apr 19, 2017, 12:42 AM; last updated: Apr 19, 2017, 12:42 AM (IST)

Gurugram MLA’s brother, nephew among nine booked for fraud

Mukesh Tandon



The Sonepat police have booked Gurugram MLA Umesh Aggarwal’s brother Rakesh Aggarwal and nephew Deepak Aggarwal along with seven others allegedly for fraud with Ajay Pal Sharma, a property dealer of Gurugram.

The seven others booked in the case at Gannaur police station are Tilak Raj Arora, Manju Malik, Praveen Malik, Hitesh Aggarwal, Arun Jain, Ganesh and Hemant Sharma.

It was alleged that MLA’s brother Rakesh Aggarwal had grabbed the complainant’s land.

Ajay Pal Sharma, a resident of Palam Vihar, Gurugram, said in his complaint to the SHO, Gannaur, that he was into sale and purchase of land. He took a loan of about Rs 2 crore from Rakesh Aggarwal and Tilak Raj Arora at 4.62 per cent monthly rate of interest in June, 2011.

As a guarantee against this loan, Rakesh Aggarwal and Tilak Raj Arora took the signatures of his mother and brother on a plain document, besides the original papers of his land at Pabnera, a village in Sonepat, stated complainant Ajay Pal Sharma. He purchased 35 kanals and 10 marlas of land in the Gannaur area from realty firm named Bigjosh company and started selling plots therein, stated the complainant.

After some time he again borrowed Rs 78 Lakh from Rakesh Aggarwal and Tilak Raj Arora, said the complainant. After taking more signatures on various documents at that time, the accused transferred “my land in the name of Manju Malik, Deepak Aggarwal and Hitesh Aggarwal fraudulently,” stated Ajay Pal Sharma .

The complainant alleged that the above-named accused grabbed his land by making forged documents.

Though he paid back some money, he was unable to pay the rest because of the recession in the realty sector, the complainant admitted. “I have many videos and audio recordings along with other documentary evidence to prove the fraud done with me,” Ajay Pal Sharma claimed in his complaint.


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