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Dubai-based businessman accuses Keralite son-in-law of dishonest him of Rs 107 crore

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Dubai-based businessman accuses Keralite son-in-law of cheating him of Rs 107 crore

By PTI

KOCHI: When Dubai-based NRI businessman Abdul Lahir Hassan bought his daughter married to a Keralite hailing from Kasaragod in 2017, he would haven’t even imagined that 5 years down the road his son-in-law would allegedly cheat him of round Rs 107 crore, in addition to the 1,000 sovereigns of gold jewelry gifted to his daughter.

The son-in-law, Muhammad Hafiz, additionally allegedly managed to acquire possession of some properties of the businessman, in accordance with the grievance made by Hassan to Aluva police round three months in the past when he discovered what was taking place.

As the quantity concerned is over Rs 100 crore and with the accused nonetheless at massive and reportedly in Goa, the investigation of the case was handed over to the Crime Branch wing of Kerala police on Thursday, November 24.

The complainant, Hassan, informed a TV channel that Aluva police allegedly didn’t arrest the accused and even name him for questioning and so they additionally couldn’t recuperate from him the Rs 1.5 crore value automotive given for his use.

Hassan stated the alleged fraud or dishonest began together with his son-in-law asking for round Rs 4 crore to pay the high quality imposed on the latter after an Enforcement Directorate raid.

Thereafter, underneath numerous pretexts, like shopping for land or opening a footwear showroom, his son-in-law managed to acquire over Rs 92 crore from him, Hasan informed the channel.

Hassan’s son-in-law didn’t do it on their own and had an confederate, Akshay Thomas Vaidyan, a police officer stated.

Hassan has named each of them within the grievance to the police, the officer stated.

KOCHI: When Dubai-based NRI businessman Abdul Lahir Hassan bought his daughter married to a Keralite hailing from Kasaragod in 2017, he would haven’t even imagined that 5 years down the road his son-in-law would allegedly cheat him of round Rs 107 crore, in addition to the 1,000 sovereigns of gold jewelry gifted to his daughter.

The son-in-law, Muhammad Hafiz, additionally allegedly managed to acquire possession of some properties of the businessman, in accordance with the grievance made by Hassan to Aluva police round three months in the past when he discovered what was taking place.

As the quantity concerned is over Rs 100 crore and with the accused nonetheless at massive and reportedly in Goa, the investigation of the case was handed over to the Crime Branch wing of Kerala police on Thursday, November 24.

The complainant, Hassan, informed a TV channel that Aluva police allegedly didn’t arrest the accused and even name him for questioning and so they additionally couldn’t recuperate from him the Rs 1.5 crore value automotive given for his use.

Hassan stated the alleged fraud or dishonest began together with his son-in-law asking for round Rs 4 crore to pay the high quality imposed on the latter after an Enforcement Directorate raid.

Thereafter, underneath numerous pretexts, like shopping for land or opening a footwear showroom, his son-in-law managed to acquire over Rs 92 crore from him, Hasan informed the channel.

Hassan’s son-in-law didn’t do it on their own and had an confederate, Akshay Thomas Vaidyan, a police officer stated.

Hassan has named each of them within the grievance to the police, the officer stated.