Delhi: Gang offered govt jobs to dupe people; five arrested | Delhi News

NEW DELHI: Delhi Law enforcement has busted a gang that experienced been duping individuals by promising them govt jobs and arrested five people today, which include the kingpin. The key suspect impersonated as an IAS officer during his meetings with the targets, police reported.
In accordance to DCP (criminal offense) Amit Goel, all around three dozen complainants have already been identified. The accused have duped individuals to the tune of at the very least Rs 1 crore until now of which victims conned for about Rs 60 lakh have been traced. The cops have recovered pretend ID cards, appointment letters, notebook and printer, etcetera.
The accused have been identified as Rakesh Bhadana, Rohtash Kasana, Prakash Bhadana, Yogesh and Vinod who belong to Uttar Pradesh. They were being arrested by a staff led by inspector Anil Sharma.
The cops started an investigation right after obtaining a grievance from 1 Ankit Sharma (26), who had been making an attempt to get a govt task. He arrived in contact with the gang associates by a distant relative who had also been promised a occupation by the gang.
“The accused claimed to be possessing strong connections in companies like NDMC, MCD and banking companies. The victim was promised a work in lieu of Rs 10 lakh. Accused Rakesh also met them posing as a director in NDMC. Believing them, the complainant gave them Rs five lakh funds and transferred about Rs one lakh on the internet,” DCP Goel stated.
Even so, the accused went underground just after having the dollars.
Immediately after filing an FIR, the cops carried out raids in Aurangabad, Uttar Pradesh and other places and arrested the accused employing technological surveillance.
It came to fore that accused Vinod, who ran a finance enterprise in Ghaziabad, used to discover victims who were completely ready to shell out revenue to safe authorities positions. The gang then gathered photos and ID proofs of the victims and prepared phony appointment letters. Rakesh before labored as a gardener in NDMC but posed as its director.