Court directs Hajeej to deposit Rs 2 crore
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, May 11: Principal Sessions Court Srinagar Friday granted interim bail to the prime accused in Hajeej India case, Fabiyan Wahid Gilkar, after he agreed to deposit an amount of Rs 2 Crore in in the account of Sessions Court.
Police said Gilkar’s two New Dehli-based friends Surinder Yadav and Anand Saka, both residents of Kapesade New Delhi entered into an agreement with Court and handed over four cheques to SP North Tahir Saleem to the tune of Rs 2 Crore for deposition in the account of Session’s Court.
“If cheques are not honoured, they shall pay the double amount to the Court and shall be liable to criminal charges in the said case,” the agreement states.
“The Court ordered that the property documents of the two New Delhi based guarantors shall remain with SP North till the cheques are cashed (last cheque is dated on 30-06-2012),” a police spokesman said.
The Hajeej India owned by Fabiyan had swindled staggering Rs 10 crore by allegedly duping more than 500 aspiring Hajj aspirants.
Since the scam came to fore last year, Fabiyan had gone underground to evade arrest. The police issued Hue and Cry and lookout notices for him across the country and announced a cash reward of Rs 30,000 for providing leads about his whereabouts.
He was caught in December last year from Ajmer and subsequently released on bail.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 11 May 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 11 May 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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