State Times NewsJAMMU: The sleuths of Crime Branch Jammu on Thursday booked fraudsters for hatching criminal conspiracy and duping complainants on pretext of providing jobs in Defense Border Roads wing.An official spokesperson informed that a case has been registered against the accused identified as Hasudden Chand Bhi Sheikh alias A T Sheikh of Walika, Tehsil & District Ahmed Nagar, Maharashtra; Havildar Jasbir Singh of Engineering Regiment and Rajinder Parshad of Fata, Tehsil Nowshera, District Rajouri, under Sections 420, 465, 467, 468, 471, 120-B of IPC for hatching criminal conspiracy and duping complainants to the tune of Rs 20 lakh on pretext of providing them jobs in defense Border Roads wing, thereby causing huge losses to complainant and wrongful gain for themselves.“A complaint was lodged by Mandeep Singh, resident of Village Sohal, Tehsil Akhnoor, Jammu and others, alleging that the accused A T Sheikh, who was posted at Mumbai Eng. Records as Sub HC Coy 107 Engr Regd, 56 APO has cheated complainants by luring them for their appointment in the Defense Border roads wings organisation,” said the spokesperson, adding, “The complainant along with others was induced to apply for the post of Pioneer for which he went to Pune for physical test in Army recruitment rally. Thereafter, the accused demanded money from complainants for their appointment on the aforementioned posts and induced to transfer Rs 20 lakh into accused through bank transactions,” spokesperson added.He further said, “The complainant transferred the money to the bank accounts of accused just to be defrauded only. The complainants immediately approached the concerned department and came to know that no call letter has not been issued by concerned authorities etc.”Taking cognizance of the matter, the Crime Branch Jammu initiated a preliminary verification in light of contents of the complaint and during the course of enquiry; the allegations were prima facie established against accused for cheating and duping the complainant and others of their hard earned money on pretext providing Government jobs. Further investigation is going on in the matter, he added.
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