MUMBAI: Santacruz police on Sunday captured another individual from the group which tricked a manufacturer to the tune of Rs 3 crore under the affection of trading old category notes with new ones.
Police recouped Rs 68 lakh from the denounced, Manju Nath. With this, the aggregate recuperation touched Rs 2.35 crore. Like the other blamed, Nath, an occupant of Dombivli, is in the providing food business. Police are paying special mind to Amin, who too is in a similar business. Police said unless Amin is captured, the correct part of associate police overseer Sanjay Mali won’t be built up.
“Nath and Amin acted like brokers, while other three were center men, who fled with Rs 3 crore having a place with the developer, Sanjay Naik,” said an officer.
Mali was suspended on Friday after Naik blamed him for supporting and abetting the wrongdoing. Police magistrate Datta Padsalgikar requested a departmental request. In spite of the fact that Mali’s part has not been built up, by all appearances Mali neglected to disclose why he went to Hasnabad Lane, where the blamed brought forth the plot to hoodwink Naik.
Naik on Thursday recorded a grumbling that he was tricked by Mahesh Sawant and his partners. Naik affirmed that he met Sawant through a typical companion, who said he knew financiers who might trade his old notes on commission premise.