Published: Thu, May 10, 2018
Medicine | By Earnest Bishop

Police parade 'NASA conmen' wearing space suits in India

Police parade 'NASA conmen' wearing space suits in India

Speaking of the device and how it has no objective, Naveen Gaur, an associate professor of physics at Delhi University's Dyal Singh College told Hindustan Times: "The "rice puller" is only a common metal plate that is useless for scientists in every way". Virender Mohan Brar also told the complainant that they would pay Rs 10 crore immediately on the spot as token money if the test was found "OK", they said.

After that the complainant again entered into a MoU with the company and paid Rs 51.1 lakh on different occasions for the testing of RP', which was scheduled in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, they said.

Once the complaint was lodged, the police arrested the Brar duo who deals in antique/rare metals.

"A few years ago, the complainant, Narender Saini, met Virender, who told him his company would sell the "rice puller" to NASA after building it". Soon he informed the police about the defrauding and got them arrested.

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Narendra, a resident of Delhi and a garment businessman approached the crime branch that he has been cheated by Virender Mohan Brar, Nitin Brar and others to the tune of Rs 1.43 crore on pretext of investing money for buying and testing Rice Puller. "They said tests were scheduled in Hapur, but could not be held as the place was "not conducive".

As per the reports, the alleged victims told the businessman that they have a special copper plate that was struck by the lightning bolt giving it special ability to attract grain of rice.

New Delhi police released pictures and video of the two accused wearing the silvery suits, after the men were apprehended over claims that they could sell "magical" copper plates to USA space agency NASA. This is when the victim realised he cheated by the so-called scientists. He again entered into an MoU and paid Rs 5.6 lakh, Rs 3.5 lakh and Rs 42 lakh for the same stuff he had paid earlier. They fill the utensil with boiled rice with small iron wires and fool people by pulling the rice towards the magnet-coated plate. Later, the victim came to know that the said scientist' was working with the accused for Rs 20,000, police said. During the investigation, the RP copper plate, alleged anti-radiation suits, alleged anti-radiation chemical stickers were recovered from the accused along with laptop, printer, blank letter heads of Rehan Metals, cheque books, fake IDs and an Audi vehicle.

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