2 8 lakhs grabbed in the name of job placement Tahrir

Four youths, residents of Bilari police station area, have accused a retired employee of the Social Welfare Department of cheating two lakh eighty thousand lakh rupees in the name of getting a job. A complaint has been made to the Civil Lines police station. The police is investigating the matter.

Sher Singh, a resident of Syodara village of Thana Bilari, reached the Civil Lines police station on Monday and lodged a complaint. Sher Singh said that originally a retired employee of the Social Welfare Department, resident of Chandausi, lives in the Civil Lines police station area. On January 4, 2015, the accused told that vacancies have come out on the post of class IV in the Social Welfare Department. In which he will get a job for one and a half lakh rupees. Sher Singh, Varun Kumar, Hemant Kumar and Satish Kumar had given 70-70 thousand rupees to the accused after coming under the guise of the accused. It was decided to give the remaining 80-80 thousand rupees after getting the job. Didn’t get the job even after paying the money. According to Sher Singh, in September 2015, the accused was sent to jail by the Civil Lines Police in connection with the murder of a youth. The accused was in jail for about four and a half years. The victim told that he had demanded his money from the accused even after going to jail. Then the accused had assured that he would come out of jail and give Rs. The victim told that the accused has come out of jail on bail. But the accused is not returning Rs. SHO Civil Lines Ravindra Pratap Singh said that the complaint has been received. The matter is under investigation.

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