A team of Economic Offenses Wing of Mumbai Police are in Goa looking for former minister Suresh Parulekar who is wanted in a fraud case along with his wife and son.
Last week, a court in Mumbai had rejected anticipatory bail to trio.
The EOW in June had registered a case of cheating against Goa-based real estate company Reis Magos Estate Private Limited, and its three directors — Suresh Parulekar, Prasad Parulekar and Manda Suresh Parulekar — for allegedly duping a 39-year-old Premchand Gawas from Goa to the tune of Rs 14.9 crore.
The accused persons allegedly defrauded the complainant by accepting money from him on the pretext of buying a piece of land in Goa.
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But the complainant neither got possession of any land nor did he get his money back. All this occured between January 2008 and February 2023.
Since the said offence was committed from a Tardeo office, the EOW of Mumbai Police had registered the complaint.
Parulekars were booked under sections 409 (criminal breach of trust by public servant, or banker, or merchant or agent), 420 (cheating) and 34 (common intention) of the IPC.
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