Ghaziabad: A manufacturer here has been captured for purportedly tricking his accomplice of Rs 1.25 crore by deceitfully selling a few pads and keeping him from getting his due share, police said. The Sahibabad police captured the manufacturer, Sudhir Malik (42), from his office situated in Shalimar Garden province, they said. Malik was shipped off prison on Tuesday, Station House Officer (SHO) Nagendra Chaubey said. A FIR was stopped against Malik, his better half and others on June 5 on the sets of Senior Superintendent of Police Amit Pathak for supposedly bamboozling his colleague Sunil Kumar. An understanding was endorsed between Malik, the proprietor of the 250 square yard plot in Vikram Enclave, Sahibabad, and Kumar for building pads on it
As per the coordinated effort arrangement, Kumar developed 16 pads on it. Malik supposedly sold every one of the pads and paid just Rs 16 lakh to Kumar. The police examined the reports of the understanding completely to discover the fabrication. In his grievance, Kumar had affirmed that the structure map was not authorized by the Ghaziabad Development Authority and it was passed utilizing counterfeit marks of the authorities and stamp. The FIR against Malik was enrolled under Indian Penal Code segments 420 (cheating), 406 (criminal break of trust), 467 (fabrication of important security), 468 (phony for reason for cheating) and 471 (utilizing as certifiable a fashioned archive or electronic record).