Four chargesheeted for duping youth on pretext of providing him Govt job in J&K

 

JAMMU, Jan 2: The Crime Department of the Jammu and Kashmir Police has filed a chargesheet in a courtroom right here in opposition to 4 individuals for allegedly duping an unemployed youth on the pretext of offering him a authorities job, an official stated on Sunday.
The chargesheeted individuals included an worker of the Hearth and Emergency Companies and a day by day wager within the Public Well being and Engineering Division (PHE), a spokesperson of the Crime Department Jammu stated.
He stated the chargesheet in opposition to the accused was filed within the courtroom of Chief Judicial Justice of the Peace Jammu for judicial willpower.
The case in opposition to the accused was filed in 2015 following a criticism by a youth, Naveen Raina, alleging that his acquaintance Pawan Kumar of Bhagwati Nagar space of Jammu advised him that he may get him employed in a authorities division for Rs 3 lakh with a assured wage of Rs 13,000 monthly.
“On fee of advance cash, the accused took the complainant to PHE Workplace right here, the place he known as Saroop Lal and the complainant was requested to submit his becoming a member of. Even after fee of Rs 3 lakh to the accused, the complainant acquired lesser wage from the accused individuals as such he demanded his a refund,” the spokesperson stated.
Subsequently, a cheque of Rs 50,000 was offered to him by accused (Lal) however remainder of the quantity was not returned and after ready for fairly a while it was discovered that the appointment order offered by the accused was faux and cast and the complainant was cheated, he stated.
On receipt of the criticism, the spokesperson stated the Crime Department Jammu initiated preliminary verification and throughout the course of enquiry the allegations levelled had been prima-facie substantiated, resulting in the registration of immediate legal case in opposition to the suspects — Kumar, Lal and their two associates Arshad Hussain Bhat, an worker in Hearth and Emergency Companies, and and Mushtaq Ahmad Dar, a daily-wager in PHE.
He stated the offences underneath related sections of legislation have been totally established in opposition to the accused for dishonest the complainant with sheer intention after hatching a well-planned legal conspiracy and knowingly and dishonestly inflicting wrongful acquire to themselves and wrongful loss to the complainant by offering a faux and cast appointment order. (Companies)