The case relates to Anthea Floors project in Gurugram, whose buyers accused Unitech of not completing the project on time despite collecting funds from customers
They were produced before the Patiala House Court today afternoon, which sent the Unitech promoters to police custody till Monday.
The case relates to a project, Anthea Floors, in Gurugram, whose buyers accused them of not completing the project on time despite collecting funds from customers.
The accused have been booked under Section 406 of the Indian Penal Court for criminal breach of trust, Section 420 for cheating and Section 120B for criminal conspiracy.
Unitech declined to comment on the story.
In January last year, Unitech chairman Ramesh Chandra, managing directors Sanjay and Ajay Chandra, and director Minoti Bahri, had to spend a night in jail.
The complaint was filed by chartered accountant Sanjay Kalra and his business partner Devesh Wadhwa, who claimed to have booked a property in Unitech’s Habitat Apartments in Greater Noida but were not given timely possession and the accused had failed to refund their money.
The Supreme Court recently also directed Ramesh Chandra, chairman of real estate firm Unitech, managing directors Ajay Chandra and Sanjay Chandra and all the other directors of the company to be present in the court on May 5, and also asked the builder to submit the final proposal for the completion of its pending projects.
Unitech has been surrounded with a lot of litigations in various courts of law due to delay in their projects. Around 13,000 home buyers in 41 projects of Unitech, primarily in Noida and Gurgaon, are stuck at present.
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