Mumbai Police said on Wednesday that an FIR has been lodged by a railway transporter after the engine was not delivered on time.
A case of non-delivery of a railway engine has come to the police in the country’s financial capital Mumbai. According to the information given by the Mumbai Police official, a railway transporter has lodged a complaint after the engine from Haryana to Mumbai did not reach on time. The cost of the rail engine which was to be delivered is said to be Rs 5 crore.
According to the information given by an officer of Wadala TT Police Station, about two months ago a train engine was sent to Mumbai after loading on a trailer but could not reach till now. After this, an authorized transporter of the Railways lodged a complaint in this matter.
The deal was done for Rs 4,25,000
According to the FIR lodged by transporter Anil Kumar Gupta, he had hired a transporter named Pawan Sharma to deliver a train engine Kalka. Pawan was to return another engine from Kalka to Mumbai. A deal of Rs 4,25,00 was struck between the two for this work. Anil Gupta also paid Rs 4 lakh to Pawan Sharma out of this amount.
According to the information given by the police, Pawan Sharma’s company loaded the engine on the trailer on May 2 but due to delay in payment, it did not deliver the engine to the parcel yard in Mumbai.
Pawan Sharma told the police that the railway engine was parked at a petrol pump in Rajasthan and he did not deliver the engine due to non-payment of Rs 60. Mumbai Police said that on the complaint of railway transporter Anil Kumar Gupta, we have registered an FIR in this matter under sections 406 and 420 of the IPC. No arrests have been made so far. The matter is under investigation.