Kochi: An antiquities seller has been arrested by the crime department for allegedly defrauding the state of Rs 10 crore. Monson Mavungal (52) was arrested at Mavungal home in Cherthala Valla. The motion was taken on the idea of a criticism that he had embezzled round Rs 10 crore from six individuals. The crime department arrested him when he arrived at his daughter’s engagement social gathering in Cherthala on Saturday night. He was accompanied by bodyguards on the time of his arrest. There are additionally indications that 4 of Monson’s associates have been taken into custody.
He informed acquaintances that he had given archeology to members of the royal household within the UAE and elsewhere and that Rs 2,62,000 crore had come into his account. He had stated that the cash had been deposited in an account in Delhi HSBC Financial institution. He stated the cash couldn’t be withdrawn because of some authorized points and the cash needed to be paid for non permanent wants. Those that believed this and paid had been deceived. The crime department has discovered that he doesn’t have a checking account in Delhi.
Yakob Pura, a local of Kozhikode, and 5 others had lodged a criticism towards him. The criticism filed by ADGP Manoj Abraham was later handed over to DGP Anil Kant. The arrest was made on the directions of the DGP.
The crime department has been inspecting his two homes on the Kaloor Vyloppilly line since Sunday morning. The inspection was led by Ernakulam Crime Department Central Unit (II) SP MJ Sojan. Indications are that invaluable paperwork had been discovered through the lengthy search that lasted till the night. The crime department is investigating whether or not extra folks have fallen sufferer to the rip-off. He was produced in court docket and remanded.
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