7 lakhs grabbed in the name of recruitment in army: 122 Infantry gave Jawin on the post of Trademan in Madras, fake letters
- 7:11 AM July 23, 2022
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In Jind, Haryana, a case of grabbing Rs 7 lakh in the name of joining the post of Soldier Trademan from a young man in Madras has come to light. It is alleged that he was given a fake joining letter and medical. Citing Korona period, he kept on avoiding saying that he was not recruited for a long time. When he asked for the money back, the accused refused to return and later switched off their mobiles. The young man has complained to the Sadar police station. The police have registered a case under various sections including fraud against 2 people. Manish Kumar, a resident of village Jhanj Kalan, said in a complaint to the police that he used to practice continuously at Jind's Arjun Stadium to join the army. Meanwhile, he found Sunil Rajput, a resident of Budhababa Basti. He told him that his army has a good acquaintance with the higher officers and he can get him admitted to the army. In 2020, Sunil sent a message over the phone, Sunil sent a message on his phone in 2020 and 122 Infantry vacant several posts in Madras Talking about being, he asked to get him admitted to the post of Soldier Trademan. For this, he asked for seven lakh rupees. On which he put 7 lakh 7 thousand rupees from Google-Pay. His marksheet and other necessary documents were also taken for recruitment. In November 2021, Sunil also sent a joining letter, list and medical certificate on his phone. Even after a long time, he did not join. When he talked to Sunil, he did not respond properly and later switched off his mobile number. Manish alleged that Sunil and Budhababa Basti resident Sandeep had grabbed him seven lakh seven thousand rupees in the name of fake joining. In the name of 2 people, Surendra, the investigating officer of the police station, said that on the complaint of Manish Kumar, with fraud against 2 people Investigation has been started by registering a case under various sections. The young man alleges that seven lakh rupees are cheated in the name of recruitment in the army. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.Read more: Two and a half letter writing campaign: Entries can be submitted by 31 October, writing on Vision for India 2047 will be written
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7:11 AM July 23, 2022