Monday, December 5 2022

A deputy commander of ITBP, who is accused in the case of bogus construction contracts at the NSG campus worth Rs 125 crore, surrendered to a court here which sent him into custody for five days.

The economic crime wing of the Gurugram police remanded him in custody.

An SIT trained to investigate the fraud had previously arrested main defendant Praveen Yadav, deputy commander of the BSF, his sister Rituraj Yadav, a bank manager, his wife Mamta Yadav and real estate dealer Dinesh Kumar in the case, officials said. responsible.

They said over Rs 13 crore in cash and six luxury cars were seized.

ITBP Deputy Commander Naveen Khatodia, the brother-in-law of the main defendant, has also been indicted in the case. He went to a local court on Friday.

After obtaining information on the development of the situation, the police reached the court and took him into custody for questioning: “We have remanded the fifth defendant Naveen Khatodia. He is being interrogated,” ACP (crime) Preet Pal Singh Sangwan said.

During the investigation, it emerged that Praveen Yadav had invested around Rs 70 crore in the stock market. According to officials, Yadav told police he lost the entire Rs 70 crore in the stock market, a claim that is under investigation.

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