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Panchkula Police has registered a case against sister, brother-in-law and nephew under sections of cheating and conspiracy in a case of cheating his brother living in Canada of Rs 75 lakh. The accused have been identified as Renu Manrao, Harkesh Manrao and Nimit Manrao, residents of Sector-16 Panchkula. However, the police have not arrested them yet. Renu Manrao is currently absconding while Harkesh and Nimit are in Uganda. NRI Naresh Kaushal had given a complaint against these three.
Naresh told in the complaint that he had come to Chandigarh from Canada in 2019. They could not go back to Canada because of Kovid. His sister Renu Manrao and his family were living in Uganda at that time. His sister asked him for money help. His sister’s house was being built in Mansa Devi Complex Sector-4 Panchkula.
Renu asked Naresh for the help of Rs 75 lakh to get the house renovated. Naresh, being a brother, helped his sister. Renu did the renovation and beautification work in the house for the king with money. She promised Naresh that she would return Rs 75 lakh to him after the house work was completed. But he did not return the money.
Naresh says that his sister has also cheated him of property. Naresh alleged that his sister along with his father had fraudulently sold a property in his Mansa Devi Complex for crores of rupees. At that time he was living in Canada. He has also given a complaint to the Panchkula police regarding this. Which is still under investigation. Apart from his sister, he has also given a complaint against his father.
Possession of renovation house given in exchange for money
When Renu returned to India from Uganda, Naresh started asking her for his money. But he started making excuses. In the end, Renu flatly refused to give the money. However, in exchange for money, he gave possession of the renovation house to the king. The king said that he did not want to take possession of the house, he wanted his money back so that he could go back to Canada.
But his brother-in-law and nephew started threatening him by calling him. Because of which he had to file a complaint with the police. On his complaint, the police registered a case under sections 420, 406 and 120B of the IPC.