Chandigarh, June 18
The Haryana Police on Friday claimed they have arrested two members of a gang which duped people by promising them federal government jobs.
The two members, Arjun Tak and Vinod Kumar, are citizens of New Delhi even though an additional accused of the a few-member gang, Manoj, a resident of district Mathura (UP) is on the run. Raids are currently being performed to nab him, the law enforcement mentioned.
A Haryana Police spokesperson claimed hundreds of bogus appointment letters, 750 envelopes owning stamps of Judicial and Forests Departments, 234 speed write-up tickets, 4 bogus stamps, 4 mobile telephones, 18 SIM cards, a printing machine, Rs 12,000 money and other material was also recovered right after crackdown was produced by police in Palwal district.
“Initial probe unveiled that the gang received lakhs of rupees from lots of aspirants by either offering them faux appointment letters or on the pretext of offering the identical which had governing administration stamps and signatures,” he said in a assertion.
Immediately after obtaining a complaint of cheating by one particular person by a phony appointment letter for the write-up of peon in Palwal court docket, a scenario was registered below appropriate sections of IPC.
To crack the scenario, a joint workforce beneath the supervision of a DSP amount officer was fashioned. The group with the assist of cyber cell and intelligence inputs arrested the vital accused Arjun and his aide Vinod, police reported.
“The modus operandi of the gang was to obtain documents of rejected candidates on different posts of distinctive departments from the internet. They then issued fake appointment letters employing fake stamps to the occupation aspirants. Cash was swindled from them in the title of task teaching,” he claimed.
Police are conducting additional investigations into the subject and are on the lookout for the other accused who is absconding. PTI