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Lookout Notice Issued Against Supreme Constructions and Partners Amidst Cheating Allegations by Flat Buyers

A lookout notice has been issued by the police against builder Lalit Tekchandani and his associates in response to allegations of cheating and forgery made by flat buyers who claim they have not received their purchased properties despite making payments.

On Tuesday, two separate First Information Reports (FIRs) were filed at Chembur and Taloja police stations against Lalit Tekchandani, his wife, Arun Makhija, Miza Hassan Ibrahim, and other directors associated with Supreme Constructions.

One of the complainants, Hera Jadhwani from Chembur, revealed that the company executive, Arun Makhija, had assured her that the Taloja project, Hex City, would be completed by 2017. Jadhwani paid Rs 36 lakh for a 1BHK, in addition to Rs 1.8 lakh for registration and Rs 5 lakh for parking. Other buyers shared similar grievances, stating that construction had halted in 2016.

The Taloja police have also filed charges against Tekchandani and other directors/partners for allegedly defrauding 160 people of Rs 44 crore in its Kharghar project.

Lalit Tekchandani made headlines last year when the police registered an offense of threatening against NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal and his two aides based on the builder’s complaint. Bhujbal was accused of threatening Tekchandani after the latter sent video clips containing objectionable remarks on Hindu deities. At that time, Bhujbal denied the allegations.

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