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Gang of cheats who promised govt jobs busted

New Delhi: A gang of fraudsters who cheated people more than Rs 40 lakh by promising them government jobs was busted by Dwarka district police.
According to police, the accused were identified as Mohammad Rashid (33) and Imran Khan (25).
Police claimed that on January 31 one Depesh Kumar reported that his uncle came in contact with a person Rashid Khan who told him that he had good relations in various government departments and could get him a government job easily.
He duped the complainant to a tune of Rs 5 lakh, promising him a job with India Post.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Dwarka) Shibesh Singh said that the accused Rashid Khan was arrested and interrogated at length during the course of the investigation.
He disclosed that he along with his associates Imran Khan, Rajesh and Manish had cheated many people promising them jobs in NTPC and India Post.
Rashid Khan and Imran Khan trapped unemployed people while Rajesh and Manish prepared forged identity cards and appointment letters of NTPC and India Post. They would take Rs 2 to 5 lakhs from each person.
They disclosed they had cheated people to the tune of Rs 40 lakh.
"The other accused Imran Khan was arrested near Delhi Airport," said the DCP.
A fake identity card and fake appointment letters were seized from them which they were to deliver to some other victims.
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