Three women among five booked for cheating conspiracy


Three women among five booked for cheating conspiracy



The Nurmahal police have booked five persons including three women on the charges of breach of trust, cheating, and criminal conspiracy.

Investigating officer (IO) Amrik Lal said that the accused have been identified as Surjit Kaur wife of Piara Singh a resident of Sanghe Jagir village presently living in England, her sons Kamajit Singh and Hardeep Singh, and Jaspreet Kaur wife of Jasvir Singh a resident of Mullan Pur Dakha in Ludhiana and Rupinder Kaur daughter of Bhag Singh a resident of the same locality.  

Hardeep Singh a resident of Talwann village complained to the Jalandhar(rural) Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP)  that the accused Surjit Kaur and her sons registered an agreement to sell their land measuring84 kanals and 19 marla situated in Sange Jagir village with his son in law Sukhbir Singh in June 2019 and received Rs 1.81 crore as earnest money through banks and other means. It was decided to register the sale deed of land on December 30, 2019, which was extended further orally due to the coronavirus epidemic. Sukhbir Singh died in the US on November 21, 2021, and the sale deal could not be executed in his name.

Hardeep  Singh said his granddaughter Navroop Bhandal came to India and met Surjit Kaur and her family and told them that she is the only legal heir of her father Sukhbir Singh. The accused gave assurance to execute the sale deed in her name but did not fulfil their promise and fraudulently executed the sale of land in the name of Jaspreet Kaur and Rupinder Kaur.

The complainant said that Surjit Kaur and her family conspired and cheated on his granddaughter adding that he is holding power of attorney of Navroop. 

Nakodar Deputy Superintendent of Police K S Virk inquired and recommended registration of a case and SSP ordered registration of the case.


IO said a case under sections 406 (breach of trust) 420(cheating) and 120-B(criminal conspiracy ) of the IPC has been registered against the accused and further investigations are on.

Jul 1 2024 4:56AM