Handwara: The Jammu and Kashmir police on Monday registered a cheating case against the Handwara branch of Jamkash vehicles for selling an accidental vehicle to a customer.
An official said that a customer Dr Qaiser Ahmad Ganie of Kralgund Handwara had approached Handwara branch of Jamkash for buying a second hand vehicle,
“After few days he was provided a second hand vehicle against the true value of Rs 2.5 lacs. However Ganie later found the vehicle accidental,” he said.
DSP Handwara Shabir Ahmed Khan confirmed that police has registered a case under section 420 against the Jamkash vehicles branch Handwara after a customer complaint that they (Jamkash vehicles) sold him an accidental vehicle. Further investigation has been started.