Kiran Patel Case: Wife Malini Sent To Six Days In Police Custody

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Kiran Patel Case: Wife Malini Sent To Six Days In Police Custody

| Updated: March 30, 2023 12:34

A local court in Ahmedabad, Wednesday, sent Malini Patel, the wife of alleged conman Kiran Patel, to six days in police custody in a Rs 15-crore fraud case.

It may be recalled here that last week, fearing imminent arrest, Malini had filed for anticipatory bail. 

Deputy Commissioner of Police crime branch Chaitanya Mandlik, while briefing the media, stated: “She was arrested on Tuesday evening and has been remanded to six days in custody by a local court on Wednesday.”

Malini was detained from Jambusar in Bharuch district on Tuesday morning.  She had absconded to Nadiad and then to Jambusar upon learning of the complaint against her and was at the couple’s relatives’ residence.

Explaining Malini’s role in the recent fraud on Tuesday at a press conference held in the city, the DCP said that she was with her husband when the crime was committed and was a beneficiary in the profits. Malini’s arrest follows her role as an accomplice in the frauds.

“She helped him in two cases (Naroda FIR, 2017, and DCB FIR, March 22). She even visited Srinagar twice with Kiran Patel,” the cop replied to queries on her role in the crime.

On March 22, Jagdish Chavda, brother of former Gujarat minister Jawahar Chavda, filed a complaint with the police, naming Kiran and Malini for defrauding him of about Rs 15 crore in the name of renovating his residential property in the Shilaj vicinity of Ahmedabad.

The couple was booked under the IPC sections 406 (criminal breach of trust), 420 (cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property), 170 (personating a public servant) and 120 B (criminal conspiracy).

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