A swanky residence in South Delhi with Rs 1.6 lakh monthly lease, a pre-owned Skoda, dressmaker suits and footwear, iPhones, and an iPad— these are some of the things Anubhav Marwah (30) allegedly exhibited to emerge as Simranjeet Singh Gill.
The residence in Navjeevan Vihar changed into his office, from where he allegedly made guarantees of assisting human beings comprehend their goals of “getting admission in clinical colleges”, police said.
On June 8, Marwah changed into arrested from North Delhi’s Malkaganj for allegedly defrauding a Rajasthan-based guy of Rs 58 lakh on the pretext of getting his baby admission to a medical college inside the kingdom.
Additional DCP (South) Parvinder Singh stated, “This is the best grievance we’ve received thus far. He hatched the plan with
three accomplices three months ago, and brought himself as Simranjeet Singh Gill. One of the accomplices known as himself Karandeep Singh Gill. They both stated they’re sons of a member of the National Testing Agency.”
The duo used fake Aadhaar and voter ID cards. It satisfied the sufferer months ago that they could get his child admitted to a scientific university in Rajasthan for Rs 70 lakh, paid in four installments. “After they received Rs 58 lakh, the accused switched off his smartphone and couldn’t be found. The sufferer then filed a complaint,” stated Singh. Police said Marwah used his vehicle washer’s photo as his ID. On June 8, he was nabbed from Malkaganj.
Police have so far recovered Rs 2 lakh, 26 ATM cards, and a MacBook pc. “Marwah hasn’t but advised us in which the Rs 58 lakh is… they probably spent all of it. The sufferer said Marwah, who called himself Gill, wore high-priced garments, spoke about his credentials, and made them agree with his ‘excessive society’ profile,” stated Singh.
An officer said, “There are no earlier instances in opposition to Marwah. His three accomplices are but to be arrested.”