The IPS officer had filed a complaint with Economic Offences Wing of Delhi Police in February 2009 in which she claimed that her husband had changed the joint ownership of a flat in an east Delhi apartment into his name.
The woman claimed she was induced into paying Rs 1.40 lakh and further contribute towards purchase of flat in joint ownership.
She also alleged in 2007, the then serving IAS officer got converted the property from leasehold to freehold from DDA exclusively in his name in connivance with the office bearers of the society and her access to the flat was obstructed.
The IPS officer also alleged she was induced into contributing Rs 2.30 lakh by taking loan from the Jwala Thrift and Credit Society and withdrawals from GPF in 1997 and paid the same to for acquisition of property in the Civil Services Cooperative Society, Noida with the promise that she will be made a joint holder.
However, she alleged the property was not in the joint names.
Following the complaint, police checked documents from various authorities and from the enquiry conducted and the contents of the complaint, a case of cheating was registered.