Duo dupe 25 job aspirants of 22 lakh in scam, booked

Times of India | 1 week ago | 15-01-2023 | 08:15 am

Duo dupe 25 job aspirants of 22 lakh in scam, booked

Thane: As many as 25 job aspirants were duped over Rs 22 lakh by a recruitment firm promising jobs in the Gulf and even gave them fake visas, fake flight tickets, etc. The police said that the accused duo were booked by the Kapurbawdi police in connection with the case. The police said that the complainant in the case was on the look out for a job and got to know about the recruitment firm which claimed to recruit candidates for overseas jobs. When the complainant approached the firm they agreed to arrange a job as a mobile crane operator with one Grace construction in the Republic of AzerbaijanAs per the directions of the accused agent, the complainant made payment between December 02,2022 and December 19,2022. “The accused gave him a fake letter of demand, job offer letter, Visa and flight ticket. The demand and job offer letter turned out to be fabricated ones. The flight ticket was cancelled by them and they closed shop and fled the place from where they operated in the city,” said a police officer from the Kapurbawdi police station. Upon realising that he has been cheated the victim filed the present complaint with the police on Friday. The police officer said that the accused had in a similar manner cheated around 25 job aspirants including the victim to the tune of over Rs 22 lakh.The police said that a case has been registered under sections of cheating, forgery etc of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the police are investigating the case.


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