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    Published On : Tue, May 8th, 2018

    3 of family dupe woman, man of Rs 11.37 lakh by promising Railway jobs to their sons

    Fraud

    Nagpur: Three members of a family have been booked for duping a woman and man to the tune of Rs 11.37 lakh by promising Railway jobs to their sons. The accused provided bogus appointment letters. It is likely that the accused trio could have cheated many more people with their fraudulent acts.

    In the first case, the three accused members of a family namely Renuka Joshi alias Zia Khan (27), Jamir Khan Bashir Khan (29) and Bashir Ramzan Khan (65), all residents of Plot No. 30, Tajbagh, approached 65-year old Vidya Hansraj Patil, resident of Hudco Colony, Qtr No. 24/272. The accused trio ‘promised’ Vidya a Railway job to her son Yuvraj Hansraj Patil (35). With this bogus promise, the three accused usurped total Rs 1.37 lakh from time to time from August 2016 till to date. The accused provided bogus appointment letter to Yuvraj for job in Railway.

    Jaripatka police constable Dilip has booked the accused trio under Sections 420, 465, 471, 34 of the IPC and launched an in-depth probe into the matter.

    Earlier in the similar case, Imambada police had booked the three members of the family for allegedly duping a middle-aged man to the tune of Rs 10 lakh by promising jobs to his two sons in the railways. The three accused Renuka Joshi alias Zia Khan (27), Jamir Khan Bashir Khan (29) and Bashir Ramzan Khan (65), all residents of Plot No. 30, Tajbagh, had duped a 50-year old man named Ramakant Bhagwandas Tamrakar, a resident of Eagle Palace, Untkhana. In his complaint to Imambada police, Ramakant said that the accused trio took Rs 10 lakh between September 1, 2016 and February 6, 2017 from him by promising jobs to his two sons Ayush and Aman in the Railways. After taking money from him, they issued fake appointment letters to his sons. On the basis of the complaint, police registered an offence under Sections 420, 468, 471 and 34 of the IPC against the three accused.


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