Three Arrested For Making False Job Promises To 60 Aspirants In Hyderabad

The three men duped about 60 people on the pretext providing jobs in reputed IT companies.

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Three Arrested For Making False Job Promises To 60 Aspirants In Hyderabad

The three men took Rs 2 lakh from each of the aspirants. (Representational)


Hyderabad:  A software job racket was busted in Hyderabad with the arrest of three people, who allegedly duped 60 unemployed youth of Rs 1.2 crore by promising them employment in multinational companies, police said.

P Rajesh, N Kishore Babu and K Anush Chaitanya floated two fake IT companies and collected Rs 2 lakh from each of the 60 people for jobs in the firms like TCS, Wipro and Tech Mahindra, a press release from
the police said.

 After collecting the money from the job-seekers, the three men did not provide jobs as promised and hence, a complaint against them was lodged with the police

 
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