February 2, 2023

The chargesheet was filed earlier than Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Pankaj Sharma (File)

New Delhi:

Delhi Police in its chargesheet has stated that businessman Sushil Ansal had intentionally hid the knowledge relating to legal proceedings pending towards him and likewise his conviction in his declaration in a passport utility kind.

The Delhi Police has filed a chargesheet towards Sushil Ansal beneath part 177 (furnishing false info) and 181 (False assertion on oath) of the Indian Penal Code and Section 12 of Passport Act.

In its chargesheet, police stated that “from the investigation, it is clear that Sushil Ansal had deliberately concealed the information regarding criminal proceedings pending against the applicant in any Court of law or that she/ he has not been convicted by any court of law for any criminal offence in past.”

Police additionally submitted that throughout the course of an investigation, no proof got here on document towards the then police officer who performed the verification in 2013 of the passport of the accused as he carried out the verification as per laid down process.

The chargesheet was filed earlier than Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Pankaj Sharma, who has listed the matter for additional listening to on January 31, 2022.

A First Information Report (FIR) was registered towards actual property baron Sushil Ansal for concealing details when he has utilized for a passport in 2013. The FIR was lodged on the course of the Delhi High Court.

Association of Victims of Uphaar Tragedy (AVUT) Chairperson Neelam Krishnamoorthy, had alleged that Ansal hid or gave false info to the authorities for the renewal of his passport and Ansal obtained the passport via unlawful means by suppressing probably the most materials info — that he was dealing with legal expenses and had been convicted and sentenced for 2 years within the Uphaar hearth tragedy.

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