Gurgaon, Feb 11 (PTI) Realty firm Emaar India has filed a police complaint against its former joint venture partner Shravan Gupta and associates for allegedly cheating the company of nearly Rs 180 crore through illegal land deal using forged documents.
The FIR lodged with the Gurgaon Police names Gupta, his wife and five associates.

An Emaar India official has filed the complaint, alleging that Gupta, who was former MD of the joint venture firm Emaar MGF, had also cheated the Department of Town and Country Planning (DTCP) of Haryana with “unfair transfer” of land parcels using “forged documents”.

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Gurgaon, Feb 11 (PTI) Realty firm Emaar India has filed a police complaint against its former joint venture partner Shravan Gupta and associates for allegedly cheating the company of nearly Rs 180 crore through illegal land deal using forged documents.
The FIR lodged with the Gurgaon Police names Gupta, his wife and five associates.

An Emaar India official has filed the complaint, alleging that Gupta, who was former MD of the joint venture firm Emaar MGF, had also cheated the Department of Town and Country Planning (DTCP) of Haryana with “unfair transfer” of land parcels using “forged documents”.

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Realty firm Emaar India has filed a police complaint against its former joint venture partner Shravan Gupta and associates for allegedly cheating the company of nearly Rs 180 crore through an illegal land deal using forged documents.

The FIR has named Gupta, his wife and five associates.

The FIR alleges that Gupta, who was the former MD of the joint venture firm Emaar MGF, had also cheated the Department of Town and Country Planning (DTCP) of Haryana with “unfair transfer” of land parcels using “forged documents”.

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Realty firm Emaar India has filed a police complaint against its former joint venture partner Shravan Gupta and associates for allegedly cheating the company of nearly Rs 180 crore through an illegal land deal using forged documents.

The FIR has named Gupta, his wife and five associates.

The FIR alleges that Gupta, who was the former MD of the joint venture firm Emaar MGF, had also cheated the Department of Town and Country Planning (DTCP) of Haryana with “unfair transfer” of land parcels using “forged documents”.

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