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Plea in Madras High Court wants cheating case to be filed against Deepa

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Feb 9, 2018, 2:38 am IST
Updated Feb 9, 2018, 2:38 am IST
Justice M.S. Ramesh, before whom the petition filed by N. Ramachandran came up for hearing, adjourned it to February 15.
According to Rama chandran, Deepa and her driver A.V. Raja, on many occasions she approached him and obtained loans to the tune of Rs1.12 crore for repaying her debts.
 According to Rama chandran, Deepa and her driver A.V. Raja, on many occasions she approached him and obtained loans to the tune of Rs1.12 crore for repaying her debts.

Chennai: A businessman and former Kancheepuram district secretary of MGR, Amma Deepa Peravai has approached the Madras High Court to direct the Vepery police to register a case based on his complaint against J. Deepa, niece of former Chief Minister late J. Jayalalithaa for allegedly borrowing `1.12 crore from him and then refused to repay the same and thus cheated him.

Justice M.S. Ramesh, before whom the petition filed by N. Ramachandran came up for hearing, adjourned it to February 15.

 

According to Rama chandran, Deepa and her driver A.V. Raja, on many occasions she approached him and obtained loans to the tune of Rs1.12 crore for repaying her debts, renovating her house and her family expenses from January 2017. 

Apart from the amount he lent, based on the promise made by Deepa, he requested various other persons to pay money to Deepa to the tune of several lakhs and both of them assured that party posting will be given to them. 

Further, they collected the money by false inducement and false promise that the person, who pays money, will be made as district secretaries and very soon they will be made as Ministers.

 

But, subsequently, when he requested repayment of the amount lent, Deepa and Raja refused to pay the amount and instead they threatened him with the help of the goondas not to demand repayment of the loan amount.

Therefore, he lodged a complaint with the Vepery police. But, because of the political background of the accused persons, the police was evading to register the case and conduct the investigation, he added.

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