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Indian Police Files Charges Against Gainbit Coin Scammers

The Indian police have filed the charge sheet of the kingpins of the gainbit coin scam. The accused had scammed many of their Cryptocurrency with the lure of a lucrative investment and will be charged to court on the 4th of December.

Chargesheet Against The Kingpins of Gainbit coin scam

The kingpins of the Gainbit coin scam are Amit Bharadwaj, his brother Vivek Bharadwaj, Pankaj Adlakha and Hemet Bhope. The police have filed a charge sheet against them and also earlier against sanchit, a resident of Delhi and Rajesh Kumar alias Raju of Rajasthan which the police claimed have a direct link with Amit.
According to the charge sheet filed against the culprits of the crime, the fraud was stated to be at Rs 6 Crore. But according to the complainant, it amounts to the over Rs 10 Crore, while an HTC petition claimed it is in the worth of about Rs 40, 000 Crore. The exact figure involved in the fraud still yet to be clarified.
The accused is to get a copy of the challan on the next date of hearing which will be followed by charge framing and trial.

Details Of The Chargesheet

The charge sheet is of over 1,800 pages and entails 15 complainants, and 27 witnesses and It is also inclusive of the RBI document declaring Bitcoin as an illegal tender.
The charge sheet recognizes Amit Bharadwaj as the main culprit and mastermind of the Gainbit coin scam and Vivek Bharadwaj function in the capacity of a conspirator in promoting and marketing the scheme while serving as a speaker in seminars and events organized for the company. Also, Panjak Adlakha function in the role of a promoter and Hemant Bhope as the organizing secretary and motivational speaker in taking personal guarantee and assure safety to investors.
Amit and Vivek Bharadwaj were arrested a year ago and has been in custody since then. They were involved in a scam that involved duping over 8,000 persons across the country, and it involved about Rs 2,000 Crore.
One of the 15 complainants is a former Army army officer with the complaint of being duped about Rs 1.5 Crore on the lure of a lucrative investment. The complainant stated that he met Amit Bharadwaj through a sector 49 resident in 2016 and he was lured through the offering of high profit in investment in Bitcoin.

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