Exclusive: Mumbai Police arrest a family for committing a fraud of almost ₹20 crore.

The three accused have been arrested by the Mumbai Police and the court has ordered the three of them to be kept under police custody till January 26

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Mumbai Police recently arrested a family of frauds who had bluffed more than 200 people by claiming to deposit their money in the post office. The accused have been identified as Ramesh Bhatt (65), Yogita Bhatt (57), and Bhumika Mohire (32).

The court has ordered the three to be kept under police custody until January 26.

The family lived in Mahim and people would give their money to them as they claimed to be agents who would later deposit it in the post office. However, they did not deposit the money and used it for their personal use. Upon knowing the truth, the people started asking for their money back.

Similarly, a teacher had given the family ₹26 lakh to deposit but they did not deposit the money back. When she inquired about the money at the post office, she learned that her account only consisted of ₹5,000. Due to which, she filed a complaint with Mahim police station.

The police investigated the matter and found out that the family had committed a fraud of almost ₹20 crore. The trio was arrested from Mira Road and has been under custody.

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