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Mumbai Police arrested the director of Shotformat Digital Production in insurance policy scam, MD woman also accused

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The director of IT company Shot Format Digital Production Company pvt Ltd. has been arrested by Mumbai’s Sakinaka Police in the insurance policy scam case. Although a case has also been registered against the woman she is the managing director of the company in this matter, the police have not yet arrested the woman accused.

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According to the police complainant Ashok yadav Director of Proservz DigiTech Ltd file a complaint against Samrat Sengupta Director of Shot format Digital Production Pvt Ltd and Niyateey Shah Managing Director of the same company.

Police said that Ashok paid 4O,72,000rs in advance to Shotformat Digital Production for providing insurance services. Shotformat received the amount but couldn’t provide any kind of Insurance policy service and even not returned money.

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Ashok continues reminder via mail but accused didn’t responded to him. Shotformat failed to provide Insurance policy service to Proservz DigiTech. After few days later the complainant realised Shotformat duped and cheated him in the Name of Insurance policy.

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After that Ashok yadav filed a police complaint against Shotformat company at Sakinaka police station.

Police visited Shotformat office premises at Express Tower Malad East ans questing Niyatee Shah and released her giving 141 notice.

After Introgation with Niyatee Shah. Police find that Samrat Sengupta is the main accused. Sakinaka police arrested Sengupta and produce the Andheri Holiday court and sent him police custody till 25 September.

“We have arrested accused Samrat Sengupta who is Director of Shotformat Digital Production now he is in Police custody, we served notice Niyatee Shah another accused in this case. Police booked the accused under section 406,420,409 and 34 of IPC, and investigation are goingon,” said a police officer from Sakinaka police station.

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