Gurugram: A case of fraud of Rs 5 lakh has come to light from a person residing in Moradabad district of Uttar Pradesh. According to reports, the fraudster had duped Meghraj Singh, a resident of Moradabad, into getting his son a job at car maker Maruti Suzuki. While giving information about this on Thursday, the police said that the accused also sent the identity card and appointment letter of the victim’s son claiming to be an employee of the company which later turned out to be fake. Police say that the accused will be arrested soon.
‘The accused claimed to be the deputy manager’
According to the complaint filed by Meghraj Singh, a resident of Khadana village in UP’s Moradabad district, he had spoken to Haji Mohammad Nazr on May 20 last year through his identity Haji Mujibur Rahman. Nazar claimed to be the Deputy Manager at Maruti Suzuki Limited in Gurugram. According to the police, Nazr had said that he would get a job as a deputy manager in the company of the deceased’s son, Chandra Vijay Singh, in which he would get a salary of Rs 45,000 per month.
‘The accused was found outside Maruti’s office’
Singh said in his complaint, ‘I along with Haji Mujibur Rahman and my son reached the Maruti office to meet Nazar on May 23, where Nazar came to meet me in company uniform at Gate No. 1. He then assured me of getting his son a job. After that we reached a dhaba and Nazar demanded Rs 5 lakh. I gave him Rs 3.5 lakh in cash and sent the rest to his bank account. He then said that he would get the job in 3 days. The complainant stated that he received the identity card and appointment letter from Speed Post on June 5.
‘Nazar extorted money from many people in this way’
“When my son and I reached the company on July 1, the officials announced that the appointment letter and identity card were fake,” Singh said. He said that Nazr has defrauded many people of money in this way. He refused to give the money and threatened to kill her, after which the victim had to go to the police. An FIR has been registered under Sections 406 (criminal breach of trust) and 420 (cheating) of the IPC at the Sector 18 police station, police said. Investigating officer ASI Krishna Kumar said, ‘FIR has been registered and investigation is on. The accused will be arrested soon.
How to avoid fraud in such cases of fraud?
Many times there are cases in which people fall prey to fraud in the lure of getting a job in a company by paying money. Let us tell you that companies from time to time issue such statements that they have a recruitment system and in any case accurate information about vacancies can be obtained by using the company’s official website or contact form. Can be done. So the way to avoid such fraud incidents is to not try to get a job like this in the first place and find out about any vacancy from an official source. (language)
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