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Fraudster charged for deceiving unemployed youth with false promises of Govt jobs: CB Jammu
9/20/2023 11:15:18 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 20: The Economic Offences Wing of the Crime Branch in Jammu has filed charges against Sher Ali, son of Shamas Din, a resident of Dangdevpur, Tehsil Mahreen, District Kathua. This action is in connection with Case FIR No. 55/2023 under Section 420 of the RPC, as per the report submitted to the Court. Sher Ali is accused of enticing and defrauding individuals, including the complainant and other unemployed youths, of a total sum of Rs. 5.50 Lakhs, promising them government jobs in organizations such as MES, Railway, or Banks, under the pretense of being an influential person.
The case stems from a written complaint lodged by Manzoor Ahmed, a resident of Nan Dhryouth, Tehsil Khara, District Doda. In his complaint, he alleged that he and several other victims, hailing from economically disadvantaged backgrounds in the remote Tehsil Khara of District Doda, were lured by the accused, Sher Ali. Ali claimed to possess significant influence and promised them employment in the Military Engineering Services (MES), Railway, or Banks. Based on these assurances, the accused collected substantial sums of money from the complainant and other victims, ultimately defrauding them.
Upon receiving the complaint, a preliminary verification was promptly initiated.
Subsequently, the allegations were found to be prima facie valid, leading to the registration of the case for a thorough investigation.
The investigative process involved the seizure of relevant records, the recording of witness statements under Section 161 of the Criminal Procedure Code and Section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code, and the gathering of scientific, circumstantial, and other material evidence.
The investigation has successfully established that the accused, Sher Ali, misled the complainant and other unemployed youths with false promises of securing government jobs. Consequently, charges of cheating have been brought against the accused.
The chargesheet filed by the Economic Offences Wing of Crime Branch Jammu represents a significant step in seeking justice for the victims who were deceived by fraudulent promises of employment. The judicial process will now determine the outcome of the case against Sher Ali.
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