Fake employment racket unearthed in Rajouri
Rajouri, Jan 8: Police have initiated a probe after around 16 youth from this border district registered complaint that they were duped by some persons.
The aggrieved youth alleged that they were given fake appointment orders of Border Security Force by the accused persons, who were allegedly running a racket in the district and have duped several persons of lakh of rupees.
The youth approached the local police after their return from BSF headquarter Gowhati, where they had gone to join the force. “We were told in Gowhati that there was no recruitment record with regard to the appointment orders”, Mukesh Suri, one of the victim alleged.
He said that that a former BSF personal had collected Rs two lakh from each aspirant on the pretext that they will be recruited in BSF.
“Some official working in the SSP Office Jammu were also actively involved in the scandal,” the victim alleged.
Following the compliant, District Superintendent of Police (SP) Rajouri has ordered an investigation in the matter. “We have received the compliant and are examining the matter”, the SP, when contacted said adding that proper action would be taken against the guilty after inquiry committee submits its report.
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