The crime department of Chandigarh Police arrested two native shopkeepers on Saturday for promoting pretend gadgets of substandard high quality through the use of the packaging of identified manufacturers
The crime department of Chandigarh Police arrested two native shopkeepers on Saturday for promoting gadgets of substandard high quality through the use of the packaging of identified manufacturers.
These accused have been recognized as Kapil Dev, 30, and Ashok Kumar, 32, each resident of Kajheri village. Police mentioned Kapil owns Ganesh Karyana Retailer in Sector 52, Kajheri and Ashok owns RK enterprises in the identical space. Police mentioned the shopkeepers bought substandard consumable gadgets like salt, tea and detergent, repacked them and bought them.
The police arrested them based mostly on data offered by Romesh Dutt of Velocity Search and Safety Networks Non-public Restricted in Sector 34, Chandigarh. He informed the police concerning the sale of duplicate/spurious every day use and consumable merchandise of identified manufacturers at these two retailers.
At Ganesh Karyana Retailer, the pretend gadgets recovered embrace 765 kg salt, 332 kg detergent and 242.8 kg tea. From RK enterprises, police recovered pretend gadgets together with 6,520 kg salt and 69.25 kg tea.
A case beneath Part 420 (dishonest) of Indian Penal Code and 63, 65 of Copy Proper Act was registered at Sector 36 police station
From the preliminary interrogation, it has revealed that they procured these duplicate product from Delhi. The accused have been produced earlier than a court docket on Saturday and remanded to 2 days in police custody.