Mohit Goel, the man behind the much-advertised Freedom 251 telephone, has been captured by and by for another detailed extortion worth Rs. 200 crores — for dry natural products. This time, Goel is allegedly blamed for defaulting installments of dry natural product brokers in the wake of offering them advance installments and mass request to acquire their trust. Goel had snatched features in 2016 when his organization, Ringing Bells, declared the Freedom 251 cell phone at a shocking cost of Rs. 251. Those guarantees were rarely completely met and Goel was later blamed for numerous fakes, including a demise danger.
According to a report, Goel was captured on Sunday in a dry natural product misrepresentation case worth Rs. 200 crore.
A FIR was first allegedly documented against Goel’s organization a month ago, and after that the police has at any rate 40 composed grievances of extortion against it from merchants in Punjab, Haryana, UP, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Delhi, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and a couple of different states. Goel’s bail supplication was additionally denied by the Surajpur court on Monday.
In 2016, Goel’s Ringing Bells dispatched the Freedom 251 least expensive cell phone with a sticker price of Rs. 251. The telephone, with its peculiar sticker price, gotten enormous features at dispatch. It before long went under the scanner of the public authority after the organization reported that it had gotten 50 million enrollments for the telephone.
Conveyances of the Freedom 251 telephone were postponed on various occasions and later, even after the conveyances allegedly started, numbers were not uncovered. In a December 2017 meeting, Goel looked for help from the public authority to convey the handsets. There were no improvements detailed about the ‘supernatural occurrence telephone’ after 2017. The following year, Goel was again in the information for being captured for purportedly attempting to coerce cash from a money manager to “settle an assault case”.