MANAGED ITS RE-REGISTRATION AT PUNJAB ON THE BASIS OF FORGED PAPERS.
ASKED INSURANCE COMPANY FOR CLAIM OF “STOLEN” DUSTER.
INTRODUCTION:- Crime Branch has arrested Gautam Billing (age 49 years) s/o Jaswant Singh r/o H.No.199, Dhammo Mazra, Near Fatak No.24, Patiala, Punjab, who purchased a “Duster” vehicle on finance basis from Delhi, registered a false FIR at Ambala, Haryana of its theft and then managed its re-registration in Punjab by preparing forged papers with a purpose “To kill two birds with one stone” i.e. to get insurance claim and to own and use the car without paying its cost.
INFORMATION, TEAM AND OPERATION:-
Information was received by ACP KPS Malhotra that a person, who had initially purchased a Duster car on finance basis from Delhi, got registered false FIR of its theft at Ambala, Haryana and then managed its re-registration by forging the documents to mislead the Police and to get insurance claim, has come to Delhi in connection with the insurance claim and will pass through Bhalaswa Dairy Red Light NH-1 towards Haryana. Immediately, a team led by ACP KPS Malhotra and comprising of Inspr Vijay Rastogi, SIs Vijay Samaria, Mukesh Kumar, Cts Ravinder & Praveen under the overall guidance of DCP Kumar Gyanesh was constituted. A trap was laid near Bhalaswa Dairy Red Light signal, overtook a white Duster car and apprehended Gautam Billing s/o Jaswant Singh r/o H.No.199, Dhammo Mazra near Fatak No.24, Patiala, Punjab alongwith the car.
The accused was put to sustained interrogation. During sustained interrogation, he disclosed that he purchased the Duster car bearing temporary number from Greater Kailash, New Delhi, which was financed and insured by HDFC Bank. Initially, he paid four EMIs of the car to impress upon the financer of him being a genuine purchaser. Later on, he got registered a false FIR at Police Station Baldev Nagar, Ambala, Haryana regarding theft of his said Duster car. After this, he immediately intimated Insurance Company to get claim of the said car. Later on, he managed re-registration of the said car at Sangrur, Punjab by forging the documents. He had almost succeeded in his plan, had he not been apprehended by the Delhi Police. He has been handed over to Ambala Police for necessary action.
Gautam Billing (age 49 years) s/o Jaswant Singh r/o H.No.199, Dhammo Mazra, Near Fatak No.24, Patiala, Punjab is a graduate from Punjab University. He has two children of ten and eleven years from the wedlock of his first marriage and a divorce case is under process. He has got re-marriage and has a son of 2 months. He is a property dealer by profession and has travelled to Europe on Schengen visa last year. He was not comfortable with his earnings and used to live a lavish life style. He was stuck in a financial crunch, as property dealing business is amidst a recession and he had to take loan to fulfill his requirements. To get rid from all these financial crises, he planned and executed this conspiracy.
The religious procession (NAGAR KIRTAN) on the Martyrdom Day Anniversary of Shri Guru Tegh Bahdaur Sahib Ji is being organized on 24th November 2013. The procession will start at 1000 hours on 24.11.13 from Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib and terminate at Gurdwara Rakab Ganj. The route of procession will be as follows:-
Kali Bari Marg T/L Mandir Marg R/A Park Street Road, Shanker Road
S.P. Marg-11 Murti, T/R Teen Murti Marg
R/A Teen Murti
Kushak Road-Tyag Raj Marg T/L South Avenue
Shanti Path- Panchsheel Marg
R/A Teen Murti
Directions for Commercial Vehicles
No commercial vehicle will be allowed on JLN Marg till the tail of the procession reaches Chuna Mandi. Similarly there will be restriction on commercial vehicles on Ring Road between Ashram Chowk to Chandgi Ram Akhara, Subash Marg, S.P.M. Marg, Naya Bazar, Desh Bandhu Gupta Road. Vehicles approaching North Delhi from South Delhi shall take Ashram Chowk – Ring Road – Dhaula Kaun – Punjabi Bagh – Azad Pur and vice-versa for onward journey.
Special instruction to general public
The commuters going to New Delhi Railway Station, Old Delhi Railway station, and ISBT should leave in advance and have sufficient time for absorbing possible delays in routes.
Avail public transport to help decongestion of roads.
Park their vehicles only at designated parking lots and avoid roadside parking as it causes hindrance to normal flow of traffic.
Before starting for place of visit people should check their vehicles against acts of mischief.
In case any unusual/unidentified object or person is seen moving in suspicious circumstances it must be informed to Police Control Room.
The public is advised to make maximum use of public transport, especially Delhi Metro. Adequate traffic arrangements have been made to ensure proper movement of devotees and keep the general flow of traffic normal and smooth as far as possible.