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EX-EMPLOYEE OF CALL CENTRE CHEATED HIS COLLEAGUE ON THE PRETEXT OF GETTING JOB IN MINISTRY, HELD

October 17, 2020 06:33 PM

New Delhi (Face2News)

A PCR call regarding cheating was received at PS Jaitpur on Oct 15. On the information HC Bhoor Singh along with Ct.Man Singh rushed to the spot where complainant Mr. Mukul Aggarwal R/o SaritaVihar Delhi met. On enquiry he reported that during year 2015, he worked in acall centre of Airtel company where he came in contact with Gaurav Dutt. Aftersome time, he left the job but they got in touch again in year 2019 through Face book.

When he asked Gaurav Dutt what is he doing, he told that he isworking in Ministry of Finance and toldhim that he will get also him a job as an Assistant in Ministry of Finance aswell for which he had to pay Rs. 40,000/-. He gave him Rs. 10,000/- as advancewith all his documents. Time passed but he could not get job.

Time to time, accused demanded more money for the said job from him. He gave total Rs. 1,54,000/-from his Corporation Bank account to Gaurav’s Axis Bank account.

In the meantime, Accused Gaurav gave him copies of one ID card in his name with his photo,Tax invoice slips, membership card allegedly issued from Finance Ministry ofIndia, Tata Finance Ltd. and Income Tax department. On 15.10.2020 accusedGaurav told him that some time left to get the job and some documents are stillpending for preparation. Thus he came to his shop in Raghunath Market JaitpurDelhi and demanded Rs. 3000/- more. Complainant and his father understood thatthey were cheated so they caught him and called police. Accordingly a case vide FIR No. 475/20 dated 15.10.2020 u/s 420/406 IPC was registered at PS JaitpurDel

Mr. Kumar Gyanesh, IPS, Addl. DCP, said,   on interrogation, accused Gaurav Dutt disclosed that he had applied for loan from Shri Ram Finance Company for an amount of Rs. 1,50,000/- but he could not pay the same. He was in dire need of money. So, he made a plan to pay loan and took amount to get job in financeministry. He cheated his former colleague Mukul Aggarwal for an amount of Rs.1,54,000/- as deceiving him.

Accused was produced before theHon’ble Court and two days PC remand has been taken to recover the cheatedamount as well as original above forged documents. Investigation is inprogress.

RECOVERY :  Copy of ID card, Copy of tax invoice slips,  Copy of membership card, Copy of entry pass 

PROFILE OFACCUSED PERSON:-AccusedGaurav Dutt R/o Brahampuri Shahdara Delhi Age 28 Yrs is graduate He works in collection department in Max Life Insurance. NO previous involvement has beenfound against him. 

 

 
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