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Delhi: 3 duped over MHA job promise

According to police, the accused allegedly made a fake website to lure victims. After the accused received the money, they allegedly switched off their phones and were untraceable.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 9, 2019 1:45:16 am
US charges My Big Coin virtual currency firm founder with fraud The complainant in the case is an Alwar-based resident, Nitin Kumar, who alleged that he was duped by three people — Sandeep Kumar, Anil and Gaurav Bhadoria.

Three people, including a B Tech student, lost Rs 12 lakh to a gang which allegedly posed as central government officers and promised to get them jobs in the Ministry of Home Affairs, police said Wednesday. Investigators suspect a dozen more people were duped by the three-member gang from Rajasthan.

According to police, the accused allegedly made a fake website to lure victims. After the accused received the money, they allegedly switched off their phones and were untraceable.

“We have registered a case at Connaught Place police station. There are at least a dozen more people who have been duped… but just one FIR has been registered. The gang used fake stamp papers, joining letters, and a fake address to dupe people,” said a senior police officer.

The complainant in the case is an Alwar-based resident, Nitin Kumar, who alleged that he was duped by three people — Sandeep Kumar, Anil and Gaurav Bhadoria.

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