Meham MLA, brother booked in Rs 14-crore dishonest case


Sanjay Yadav
Tribune News Service
October 11, Gurugram

Meham MLA Balraj Kundu, brother Shivraj, and two officials of a construction company have been booked in a Rs 14-crore cheating case registered in Gurugram’s sector 50.

The duo, along with officials Mohammad Hashim and VK Lamba, has been booked under Sections 420, 467, 468, and 506 of the Indian Penal Code on the complaint of Parivartan Singh.

Singh has alleged that the accused had given him a road construction project of Rs 75 crore in Madhya Pradesh.

“I started work on September 26, 2017, and completed about 55 per cent of the project till September 2020. My company sent bills worth Rs 41 crore to KCC Buildcon, the company owned by Kundu, but received payment of only Rs 27 crore. I had urged the four to release the remaining Rs 14 crore several times, but they refused, ” said Singh.

He alleged that Kundu used his status and power to threaten him with dire consequences.

“A case was filed on late Saturday night under the IPC. A probe into the matter is on,” said Surender Singh, SHO of Sector 50 police station.



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