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Nagaur man held for duping people after promising them jobs abroad

Police said Swami, who has worked in Thailand and Malaysia as waiter and electrician, made a fake e-visa website and also shared fake advertisements on his social media account to fool the victims.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi |
February 4, 2021 3:00:22 am
The women were running the operations from an apartment at Wakratunda Angan building in Pimple Gurav area of Sangvi.

The Delhi Police arrested a 28-year-old man who allegedly cheated more than 50 persons of Rs 8,20,000 on the pretext of providing them jobs in foreign countries.

The Crime branch arrested Murari Swami, a resident of Nagaur in Rajasthan, on the complaint of some persons who alleged that he promised to provide them a job in the US and also gave them a fake visa.

Police said Swami, who has worked in Thailand and Malaysia as waiter and electrician, made a fake e-visa website and also shared fake advertisements on his social media account to fool the victims.

Police said Swami’s bank account containing Rs 4,07,000 has been frozen.

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