In Noida, UP, adjoining Delhi, the police have exposed a gang of cheating crores from traders by creating a fake company. Police station Sector 58 police arrested the two main accused Om Prakash Jangid and Mohit Goyal from Noida Sector-50. Let me tell you, Mohit Goyal is the same fraud who cheated billions by promising to give Android phone for just 251 rupees in 2015 by forming a company named Ringing Bell. Now these people have cheated more than 100 crores in the name of dry fruits. Many accused in the case are being absconding.
Gangs used to cheat businessmen like this
Additional police commissioner Luv Kumar (Law and Order) informed that the accused had opened a fake trading company named ‘Dubai Dry Fruits and Spice Hub’ at Correntham Tower, Sector-62. Omprakash Jangid was made the MD of the company, while Mohit Goyal was its promoter. The gang people used to buy dry fruits, pulses, oil, spices from various firms across the country. The firm also gave them some cash as an advance to win the trust of the operators. Later, they used to take dry fruits and other items worth lakhs of rupees from them and did not pay money.
Cheating businessman Rohit Mohan had filed a case against 14 officers and employees of Dubai Dry Fruits and Spice Hub in Police Sector Sector-58. In this case, police station Sector-58 arrested Mohit Goyal and Om Prakash Jangid, resident of Jaipur, from Sector-50 Meghdoot Society on Sunday evening. Let me tell you, Mohit Goyal is the MD of Ringing Bell, who in 2015 had cheated people for billions of rupees by promising an Android phone of 251 rupees. Police have recovered an Audi car, an Innova car, 60 kg dry fruits samples and other documents with the accused.
The accused Mohit told in the police interrogation that he used to buy goods from the wholesaler traders at expensive prices at the market rate. In return, 40 percent of the money was given to them as advance. The remaining money was given by the check, whose payment stopped. After this, various mandis and retailers of Delhi, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon used to sell goods to the traders at cheap prices. Its payment was cash which he used to share among themselves. The police is on the lookout for the other accused involved in the gang.