Amberpet SHO Sudhakar was previously charged by the Vanasthalipuram police with defrauding an NRI of Rs 54 lakh.
Sudhakar, the Station House Officer (SHO) of Amberpet police station, was arrested by Vanasthalipuram police for his alleged involvement in a land cheating case.
The case was filed after an NRI Vijayant filed a complaint against the inspector and another police official who is a friend of the Inspector and is now suspended.
On the other hand Sudhakar claimed that his friend had taken the money from the NRI after promising to settle a land dispute in Kandukur.
Vijayanth went to the Vanasthalipuram police after his attempts to recover the money from the Inspector failed.
The police filed a case based on a complaint under IPC Sections 420 (Cheating), 406 (Punishment for criminal breach of trust), and 467 (forgery of valuable security, will) (Indian Penal Code).
Rachakonda commissinorate police sent a report to Hyderabad police informing them of the case’s registration.
Inspector Sudhakar, on the other hand, denied doing anything wrong and claimed that a friend of Vijayant had purchased and paid for his house.
“There is no evidence of cheating anywhere. “The transaction is crystal clear,” the Inspector told reporters.
The investigation is on and as of now, it is not clear whether the inspector has been sent to judicial remand or not by the time this piece of information has been written.