Punjab Police busts gang of fakes promising jobs in Human Rights Commission
Punjab Police claims to have busted a gang of impersonators in border town, Ferozepur, presenting themselves as as officials of Human Rights Commission, Delhi and arrested two youths for duping innocent pepole while promising them jobs.
Giving this information, Vibhore Sharma, DSP(HQ)
said a team comprising Surajpal Singh Brar, SHO and Mohinder Singh,
ASI was constituted on the complaint of Gurnam Singh son of Dalip
Singh resident of outside Kasuri Gate, Ferozepur City arrested two
people, one of them identified as Sikandar Singh, resident of
Morinda, who posed himself as Director Human Rights Commission.
He further stated that a deal was struck for Rs. 5
lakh, out of which Rs.1 lakh was taken in advance. They were,
however, informed on phone that the work has been done and they are
coming themselves to deliver the appointment letter and keep ready
the balance amount of Rs. 4 lakh. On this, the complainant became
suspicious and brought this to the notice of City Police Station.
Working on this, the police team intelligently
arrested Sikandar and his accomplice Gagandeep Singh resident of
village Dhole Nangal and recovered laptop, fake stamps and government
The police is further enquiring from the arrested
accused and more clues are likely to come on surface about how many
more such people they have duped in the past.