Stay on arrest of Arun Nehru’s daughter, son-in-law

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Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, November 6
The Punjab and Haryana High Court today ordered stay on the arrest of former Union Minister Arun Nehru’s daughter Avantika Nehru Madan and son-in-law Gulbir Singh Madan in an FIR registered against them by the Gurgaon Police.

Appearing for the petitioners, senior advocate RS Rai contended that Brahma City Private Ltd., an accused in the case, had a licence to develop a colony. After getting the licence, the company was in a process of selling plots.

Two plots were sold to the complainant, who paid 10 per cent amount. His complaint was entertained by the Magistrate against the company and the FIR was ordered to be registered.

Rai added Avantika resigned as a director of the company in February, 2010. Since the petitioner company has a licence and the complainant is aggrieved that his 10 per cent amount has not been given back, the initiation of criminal proceedings for recovery of the amount against the petitioner, who is not even a director now, is an abuse of the process of law, he argued.

The Gurgaon police in all has registered two FIRs. The first FIR was registered on October 3 at Sadar police station on the order of a local court on a complaint by Mewa Singh. The second FIR was registered on the allegations fraudulently grabbing 151 acres from farmers and later selling it to investors.

The case for cheating and other offences was registered, alleging that the accused took 151 acres from farmers of Ulhawas and nearby villages. They obtained a licence to develop residential colonies in the name of Krrish Buildtech Pvt Ltd in 2010. Later, their other company, Brahma City Pvt Ltd, sold the land to more than 1,000 buyers.

  

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