Mangalore, September 25: A huge protest was organized on September 25th in front of DC office, at Mangalore; as the Cops failed to arrest the partners of Vraksha business solutions (India) which had duped crores of rupees to its agents and customers.
With the support of Tulunad Rakshana Vedike, the agents and customers have staged a protest on Thursday, since it has failed to refund the amount till date and had duped them. The customers as well as the agents are once again out protesting on the streets. They have urged to take stringent action against the Vruksha business solutions which has duped them.
Addressing the protestors, the chairman of the Tulunadu Rakshana Vedike Yogish Shetty Jeppu said, the Vruksha business solutions, on attracting the customers of providing a huge interest, to which the agents have paid the amount collected from the customers and since a year, the company was requested to refund the amount to its customers but still it has failed to do so. It is alleged that, since a year the company had continually kept on promising that it would refund the amount to its customers; but till date it has failed to refund the amount.
The cops have registered a case on the partners of the company namely Jeevaraj Puranik, Roshan D’Souza and Venugopal. The customers as well as the agents on learning that Vruksha Company had sold it land valued 7 crores to only 4 crores and sixty thousand, had tried to stop registering. But with the political aid the administrative head of the company was successful in carrying out the registration.
Alleging that, the Vruksha business solutions which has collected funds over ten crores of rupees from the customers is delaying in refunding the amount and hence they demanded to arrest the MD as well as the director of the firm and take suitable actions against them under the law. Moreover, they demanded a higher level investigation on this racket. Lot of customers and agents who were duped by the Vruksha business Solutions took part in this protest and expressed their rage.
A memorandum was handed over to the Chief Minister and home minister through deputy Commissioner. The protesters also urged the people, dignities and other social organizations to join hands with them in the protest.