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Maharashtra Crime: Two arrested for cheating overseas job-seekers

Maharashtra Crime: Two arrested for cheating overseas job-seekers

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 08 Feb 2020, 02:15 am

Thane/UNI: Navi Mumbai police arrested two people on alleged charges of cheating overseas job seekers to several lakh.

The police said on August 6, 2018 a case was registered against three persons under sections 420,465,468,34 of IPC and 10&24 of immigrant act 1983 with the Kharghar police station, for having cheated more than twenty persons while promising them jobs in Morton, Russia and Thailand.

They were cheated to the tune of Rs 6,57,500.

The police said the trio had floated overseas recruitment company in name and style of ICS Technologies and Yesh Technologies and operated from Kharghar and gave advertisement in the paper regarding overseas job's and took money from more than 20 victims amounting to Rs 6,57,500.

Police said on August 22, 2018 they arrested first accused, Mandeep Singh.

The other two who were absconding were later arrested on February 4, identified as Narendra Singh from Amritsar and Heera Singh of Ghaziabad.
They were produced before the local magistrate who remanded them into police custody till February 10.