Delhi Police bust job racket scam, two gang members posed as CBI officers
New Delhi: The Delhi Police busted a fake job racket and arrested four men for duping people from Vivek Vihar in Shahdara. Two of the accused were confident enough to pose as CBI officials.
The cops have recovered fake appointment letter, admit card, stamps and other incriminating articles from their possession.
During interrogation, it was revealed that Ravinder Singh is the mastermind of the job racket.
He used to inform various agents through WhatsApp massages regarding vacancies in Food Corporation of India, Railways, State Bank of India, Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Income Tax, etc and assured the vendors that through his sources he will get candidates send by them selected for permanent governement jobs.
After receipt of the complaint, with the help of secret informers, intelligence was gathered and a team formed.
On the basis of information, Ankit Singh alias Sachhu was apprehended.
At the time of apprehension, he introduced himself as Sub-Inspector of CBI and produced an Identity Card. He was thoroughly interrogated. Four appointment letters of Railways in the name of various candidates for Group C and Group D jobs were also recovered from his possession by Delhi Police.
During further interrogation, he disclosed that all four appointment letters are forged. During further course of investigation accused Ravinder Singh and Gyanendra Kumar were arrested.
"Ravinder charged anything between Rs 3.5 lakh to Rs 8 lakh from candidates depending upon the nature of job. Agents arranged candidates and sent documents as well as payment to Ravinder Singh. Ravinder Singh usually did some formalities to gain confidence of the candidates and issued forged appointment letters, Identity Card, etc. to the candidates and usurps the money taken from the candidates through agent," said DCP Shahdara, Nupur Prasad.