CIU of Mumbai Arrested Famous Car Designer Dilip Chhabria

CIU of Mumbai Arrested Famous Car Designer Dilip Chhabria

The city police on Monday captured Dilip Chhabria, India's top car developer and originator of the car alteration studio 'DC Design', in a cheating and falsification case relating to a different car enrolment racket.

A group of the Crime Intelligence Unit of Mumbai Crime Branch caught Chhabria following a grievance of cheating and falsification and furthermore held onto one of his extravagance cars. The car is right now parked at the Mumbai Police headquarters.
Also, Police have seized a highend sports car worth around Rs 75 lakh, which is enrolled for the sake of Indermal Ramani with the Tamil Nadu Regional Transport Office, from him.

Police said they have enlisted a FIR of cheating, fraud, breach of trust and criminal trick for the situation and more captures are likely soon. Sources said that police are examining a racket where the enlistment files were produced and used to enlist numerous vehicles.

Dilip Chhabria, who is the proprietor of car alteration studio 'DC', was reserved under sections 420, 465, 467, 468, 471, 120 (B) and 34 of the Indian Penal code. A grievance was enlisted around 10 days prior blaming him for different charges after which the CIU action came.
Chhabria has planned and modified the vanity vans of a few big names, especially Bollywood characters. Truth be told, one of the five complainants is an entertainer who has blamed him for cheating and fabrication.

Joint commissioner of police (crime) Milind Bharambe late Monday affirmed the case, yet declined to give subtleties as the examination was at fundamental stage. Assistant police inspector Sachin Waze is examining the situation.
Chhabria will be created before the Esplanade metropolitan officer on Tuesday, said the police. While the police are yet to uncover more insights concerning the case, sources said that couple of others have likewise been captured regarding this case.

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