New Delhi: The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Delhi Police has booked three directors of a private real estate company for duping over sixteen lakh rupees on the pretext of providing flat. According to police, they have registered a case on the complaint of one Ashok Kumar Marwaha against the private company and its directors for cheating Rs. 16,70,318.According to police, the directors approached the complainant by way of forged documents like certain approvals, sanctioned maps, building plans for a project situated at Sector-65, Gurugram. Also Read – Kejriwal ‘denied political clearance’ to attend climate meet in DenmarkThe suspects made the representation that they are coming up with a state of art project and also promised of providing assured returns if upfront payment is made to the company. “We were duped to make investments of our hard earned money towards making a booking proposed apartment admeasuring 240 sq yards (approximately) in 2010. We paid the money through cheques to them at Saket address,” said the complainant to the police. The accused company has failed to gave us possession of the apartment. Also Read – Bangla Sahib Gurudwara bans use of all types of plastic itemsIn another case, two persons were booked by EOW for cheating. Police said that suspects in the case claimed to have an electronic showroom in Rajouri Garden area. They were also running chit funds. The suspects have taken a large amount of money from a different person in the form of personal, chit fund amount which was given in a good faith for a very short and temporary period. Police further said that later the victims found that suspects get vanished from their resident to some unknown destination. The complainant claimed that it is presumed that fraud could be over 20 crore. A case has been registered.