Buganda Road Court has adjourned the case in which city businessman Makesh Shukla proprietor of Shumuk Group of Companies is charged with 13 counts of forgery, uttering false documents and conspiracy to commit a felony to the 14th day of December this year.
It is alleged that the accused forged signatures of Anne Grace Katatumba, Angella Katatumba, Rugirwa Katatumba, Ian Katatumba and ASP George William Karyegira.
Prosecution further states that Mukesh and others still at large in November 6, 2017, in Makindye Chief Magistrate’s Court in Kampala, uttered six false documents as purported official handover letters of Hotel Diplomate.
Court learned on Monday heard that the police file is missing featuring crimes committed by the executive director of Shumuk Aluminium Industries Limited has since gone missing.
The state prosecutor Miriam Njuki told court that there is no police file prompting the trial magistrate Stella Amabilis adjourned to December 14.
In 2016, Mukesh sued three traders over impersonating Chief Justice Bart Katureebe and defrauding him of $125,000 (about Shs419m).