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Freedom 251 phone makers summoned in cheque bounce case

Accused had issued a cheque in favour of the complainant firm AIPL towards discharge of their liability

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The makers of Freedom 251, claimed to be the world’s cheapest smartphone, have been summoned by a Delhi court in a Rs 2-crore cheque bounce case filed by a private firm. The court summoned the accused — Ringing Bells Pvt Ltd (RBPL), its authorised signatory and Managing Director Mohit Goel, its Directors Anmol Goel and Sumit Goel, CEO Dhaarna Goel and President Ashok Chaddha — on a complaint filed by Aryan Infratech. In its order, Metropolitan Magistrate Snigdha Sarvaria noted that even after the legal notice was sent to the accused when the cheque got ...

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Freedom 251 phone makers summoned in cheque bounce case

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Accused had issued a cheque in favour of the complainant firm AIPL towards discharge of their liability The makers of Freedom 251, claimed to be the world’s cheapest smartphone, have been summoned by a Delhi court in a Rs 2-crore cheque bounce case filed by a private firm. The court summoned the accused — Ringing Bells Pvt Ltd (RBPL), its authorised signatory and Managing Director Mohit Goel, its Directors Anmol Goel and Sumit Goel, CEO Dhaarna Goel and President Ashok Chaddha — on a complaint filed by Aryan Infratech. In its order, Metropolitan Magistrate Snigdha Sarvaria noted that even after the legal notice was sent to the accused when the cheque got ... image
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Freedom 251 phone makers summoned in cheque bounce case

Accused had issued a cheque in favour of the complainant firm AIPL towards discharge of their liability

The makers of Freedom 251, claimed to be the world’s cheapest smartphone, have been summoned by a Delhi court in a Rs 2-crore cheque bounce case filed by a private firm. The court summoned the accused — Ringing Bells Pvt Ltd (RBPL), its authorised signatory and Managing Director Mohit Goel, its Directors Anmol Goel and Sumit Goel, CEO Dhaarna Goel and President Ashok Chaddha — on a complaint filed by Aryan Infratech. In its order, Metropolitan Magistrate Snigdha Sarvaria noted that even after the legal notice was sent to the accused when the cheque got ...

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