The Economic Offenses Wing of the Delhi Police has arrested the father-son fraudulent fraud of about Rs 1.25 crore from people in the name of government lucky draw. According to OP Mishra, Joint Commissioner of Economic Offenses Wing, both the accused were arrested from their house in Matiala. The names of the accused are Bhuvanesh Gupta and Vivek Gupta. Police is taking advance action.
According to the police, some people had complained that the accused had opened a shop named Shri Mohini Jewelers in Uttam Nagar. In 2017, the accused started a lucky draw scheme called Shree Mohini Enterprises, under which they were asked to deposit 3000 and 75000 rupees every month in separate 2 schemes for 20 months. It was said that in the lucky draw, prizes like AC and fridge will come out and whose reward will not come out, in that case the monthly installment of 3000 will get jewelry worth Rs 63000 and the installment of Rs 75000 will get jewelry above Rs 15 lakh.
In this way, the accused made 18 draws in 2018 and cheated people by running a quarter to two crore rupees. Over the years, the accused constantly changed their location. According to the police, Bhuvanesh is a resident of Aligarh but was living in Delhi for the last 3 decades. Police has arrested the two accused.