CBJ books cheater for luring unemployed youth on pretext of providing jobs

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Jammu, Jul 20 : The Crime Branch Jammu (CBJ) on Tuesday claimed to have booked a cheat for luring and duping unemployed youth on the pretext of providing jobs.

“Crime Branch Jammu registered a formal criminal case under relevant sections of law against accused Vicky Kumar Dogra, son of Tarsem Lal of H. No.19 Ward No. 5, Bishnah and his associates for their criminal involvement in luring the complainant and other gullible unemployed youth on the pretext of arranging jobs for them in different departments and thereby duping them of their hard earned money to the tune of Rs. 47. 85. The accused cheated them by handing-over fake and forged appointment orders for causing wrongful gain to himself and corresponding loss to the complainant and other unemployed youth,” a statement issued to the news agency .

It said that the case owes its origin to a written complaint, lodged by complainant Suman Lata, wife of Rajinder Singh of Digiana, Jammu and others with Crime Branch, Jammu, who alleged inter-alia that the suspect Vicky Kumar Dogra, son of Tarseem Lal of House No. 19 Ward No. 5 Bishnah Tehsil and District Jammu, who is running an NGO on the name and style of Khushi promotion Group at Shastri Nagar, Near Water Tank, Jammu lured and duped her of her hard earned money.

The accused claimed of having links/contacts for providing jobs in Foreign Countries to the educated unemployed youth due to which large number of unemployed innocent people among the complainant fell into his trap, the statement said.

Crime Branch Jammu initiated criminal proceedings on receipt of this complaint in the form of preliminary verification, as per procedure in vogue, it said, adding that during the probe, it has been prima facie established that the accused, who is running a trust under the name and style of “Social Women Welfare Charitable Trust” and is organising camps, programmes in different places under the garb of this Trust, has duped the complainant and other innocent people of their hard earned money to the tune of Rs. 47.85 lacs by inducing them on the pretext of providing jobs in different departments viz. Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyaan (RUSA), Military Engineering Services (MES), Northern Railway and State Bank of India (SBI).

“The investigation of the case has been set in motion for in-depth probe into the racket,” the statement added

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