Nagpur: In a well-planned conspiracy, a mother-son duo systematically cheated 19 persons to the tune of whopping Rs 53.96 lakh by promising them Government jobs. The accused hooked the job-seeking persons by convincing them to believe a private educational institute as a Government institute.
One of the complainants, Gulab Shyam Pachpore (62), resident of Plot No. 56, Shriram Wadi, Ayodhya Nagar, told police that the accused mother-son duo Kiran Ratnakar Kimmatkar (42) and Sarita Ratnakar Kimmatkar (62), both residents of 3/3, MIG Colony, Vanjari Nagar, run Om Shri Someshwar Maharaj Bahuuddeshiya Shikshan Sanstha at Kamgar Bhavan near Baidyanath Square.
The accused convinced Gulab’s son Suraj and other 18 persons that the Sanstha is actually a Government institute and promised the job-seekers the Government service in that Sanstha. After trapping the job-seekers in their gameplan, the accused mother-son duo took Rs 4,15,000 from Gulab Pachpore for job to his son and Rs 49,81,000 from other 18 job-seeking persons.
But instead of providing Government jobs, the 19 persons were given service in the private Om Shri Someshwar Maharaj Bahuuddeshiya Shikshan Sanstha run by the accused themselves. Moreover, the persons were never paid the decided salary and to the shock of the 19 persons, the Sanstha was suddenly bundled out. With this systematic manner, the accused duo cheated the complainant and other 18 persons to the tune of Rs 53.96 lakh.
Imamwada API Mohankar, acting on the complaint, has booked the accused mother-daughter duo Kiran Ratnakar Kimmatkar (42) and Sarita Ratnakar Kimmatkar under Sections 420, 406, 34 of IPC and investigating the matter further.