The impostor who stole 23 lakhs from a Indian hotel by claiming to be an employee of the royal family was arrested.
The accused who escaped without paying the bill of 2.3 lakh 46 thousand 413 rupees after staying in a luxury hotel in New Delhi for three months by the Indian media claiming to be an employee of the royal family in India, has been arrested by the police.
According to the media, the police said that after registering a case against the accused Mohammad Sharif in the complaint of hotel manager Anupam Dasgupta in police station Sarojini Nagar, the police started searching for the accused and later arrested the accused from South Kannada. was taken
According to Indian media, a case has been registered against the accused under sections 419, 420 and 380.
According to Indian media reports, the accused took a room in a luxury hotel in New Delhi a few months ago, pretending to be an employee of the Royal Family of Abu Dhabi and stayed in the hotel for a few months.
According to the Indian media, the fraudster was left without paying the bill of 23 lakh rupees for hotel accommodation and other expenses.
According to the police, the impostor has been identified as Muhammad Sharif, against whom the hotel management had registered a case of fraud. Muhammad Sharif took room number 427 in Leela Palace on August 1 and left quietly on November 20. The accused also stole various items including crockery from the hotel.
According to the police, Muhammad Sharif told the hotel management that he is a resident of the United Arab Emirates and has a personal business there while he is a personal employee of the royal family of Abu Dhabi. And also show other documents to the hotel management.
According to the police, after arresting the accused, he has been produced in the court, after which the accused has been remanded and further investigation is going on.