The monetary offenses wing (EOW) of the Thane wrongdoing branch captured Shraddha Srikant Palande from Dehu Road of Pune recently.
Thane: The Thane police in Maharashtra have captured a 53-year-elderly person from Pune for supposedly duping financial backers of over ₹ 1.8 crore, an authorities said on Saturday.
Following up on a hint, the financial offenses wing (EOW) of the Thane wrongdoing branch captured Shraddha Srikant Palande from Dehu Road of Pune recently, collaborator police monitor Jagdish Panhale said.
An offense under area 420 (cheating) and other important arrangements of the IPC and MPIDA was enlisted with the Kasarwadavali police headquarters against Shraddha and her better half Srikant Pandurang Palande, who had been on the run for a considerable length of time, he said.
The couple had set up a consultancy and baited financial backers by promising them worthwhile returns for putting resources into Forex exchanging. The pair took cash from financial backers and neglected to pay revenue and return the chief sum, the authority said.
The blamed had bamboozled 29 financial backers to the tune of ₹ 1.82 crore, he said
The charged lady was introduced before a neighborhood justice who remanded her to police care till May 31, while her significant other is currently at large, the authority added.
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