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Police on Saturday lodged an FIR against builder and former vice-chairman of UP Khadi and Village Industries Board Natvar Goyal at Kaiserbagh police station for allegedly threatening and hurling abuses at a lawyer, Arjun Kumar Kaushal, a resident of Alambagh area, who alleged that he had given his land in Lalbagh area to Goyal who promised to provide him a flat in one of his apartments about more than a year back.
However, Goyal did not provide him the flat and when he went to ask him to return his money on Saturday, Goyal hurled abuses at him and threatened him, Kaushal alleged.
Goyal denied the allegations saying he had not been given any land by Kaushal. On the other hand Kaushal was blackmailing him to provide Rs 2 lakh to him for settling one of his cases, he said.
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