Criminal Case Against Beigh Construction Company Jammu

Crime Branch Jammu registered a criminal case under relevant sections of law against Managing Director Imran Beigh, Beigh Construction Company Pvt. Ltd.

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Crime Branch Jammu registered a criminal case under relevant sections of law against Managing Director Imran Beigh, Beigh Construction Company Pvt. Ltd.

Imran Beigh resident of Bathandi who is the Managing Director of the said company along with Mohit Singh from Mathura, Accountant Manager, Tarun Khanna of Trikuta Naga, Jammu, Rahul Sharma (CA Auditor) of New Delhi were also booked for their involvement in hatching criminal conspiracy in forging balance sheets of (Joint venture) JV AIMBPL-BCC of the year 2013-14, 2014-15 and balance sheet of BCC for the year 2015-16 and after forgery submitted the balance sheets to IRCON Pvt. Ltd for participation in bids for procuring contract of T-74R and T-77D Tunnels and succeeded in procuring the contract of T-77D from IRCON to execute the works.

The suspect also duped the complainant (Lalit Agarwal, Managing Director – Amritanshu Infrastructure and Management Pvt. Ltd.) of more than Rs 9 crore by fraudulent means besides illegally keeping all machinery, equipment, plants, stores of joint venture worth corers in which the complainant is 51% share holder, therefore, causing wrongful gain to himself and corresponding loss to the complainant.

A written complaint was received in Crime Brach Jammu, wherein complainant – Lalit Agarwal, Managing Director – Amritanshu Infrastructure and Management Pvt. Ltd. (AIMPL) alleged that Imran Beigh and others has committed Fraud, forgery and cheating with him.

On receipt of the complaint, Crime Branch initiated a preliminary verification into the matter and during the course of enquiry requisite record as well as documentary/oral evidence was collected/obtained besides statement of witnesses were recorded which prima-facie has established the offence committed by the suspects.

“The omissions and commissions, on the part of the above suspects and others prima facie constitute offences punishable U/S 420, 465, 467, 468, 471 RPC 66 I.T Act. 2000. Accordingly, a criminal case is registered against them in P/S Crime Branch, Jammu for in-depth probe. The investigation of the case has been set in motion” said an official statement by crime branch Jammu.