New Delhi: Two persons who cheated bank to the tune of Rs 10 lakh on the pretext of loan were arrested from Uttar Pradesh area.The accused opened fake company to procure car loan. Police identified the accused as Ansar Khan (25) and Kamil (37).Deputy Commissioner of Police (south east) Chinmoy Biswal said that in 2018, manager of one bank of India filed a complaint of cheating at New Friends Colony police station . Complainant alleged that in the year 2013, Ansar Khan took a loan of Rs 10 lakhs from the bank to purchase a car from Greater Noida showroom. After paying three EMIs,Khan did not deposited remaining loan amount. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderPolice team found that the address mentioned by Khan, while procuring the loan was fake. Further, a Khan introduced himself as a manager in a electronic goods Company and submitted company id & salary slips in support of it. However, during investigation the said id card and salary slips were found fake and no such person was found working in the LG company. During investigation, it also revealed that neither any car was purchased by the alleged nor any car showroom in Greater Noida ever existed. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsPolice said that the interrogation of the accused revealed that after procuring the loan, accused persons withdrew the amount and paid Rs 30,000 to Ansar Khan and equally distributed the remaining amount among themselves. On scrutiny of the account of the Greater Noida company, it revealed that in the year 2013 transaction of 35 lakh rupess took place in the account. Investigation is under progress in respect to the amount deposited the account. In another case reported, the cyber cell of the south district arrested two cheats identified as Pankaj Khanna and Mohammad Ayub khan. The accused used to contact readymade garments manufacturers through an e-commerce site and contact them for a huge business offer. They first time make payments to gain the trust of the merchants thereafter, took a huge quantity of garments against a cheque of very low balance account.