Delhi: 40 people cheated of 2.44 crores by pretending to be a fake IAS officer to get jobs in Railways, three arrested

 The Economic Offenses Wing of Delhi Police has busted a gang who cheated on the pretext of getting a job in the Railways. Delhi Police has arrested 43-year-old accused in this case. Giving information on Sunday, the police officer said that the accused cheated 40 people in the name of getting jobs in the railways.



According to the police, the accused Mohammad Ragib Firoz is a resident of Greater Noida. He holds a master's degree in psychology and a diploma in journalism and mass communication. The accused used to complete all the tasks of Ragib gang. He used to fill various forms in relation to the recovery of money, appointment and training from the victims.


Police said that the first two accused Braj Kishore and Sachin Kumar were arrested in this case. The accused have duped 40 people of Rs 2.44 crore in the name of getting jobs. Most of the victims come from poor families from villages around Agra, Hathras and Patna.


One of the accused used to bluff the victims by pretending to be an IAS officer. Used to give false information to the victims about good relations and contacts with the Railway Board. The accused got the victims done fake medical and after completion of training gave fake appointment letters.


Economic Offenses Wing Additional Commissioner of Police RK Singh said fake appointments and training letters were issued to the victims. Fake medical exams were also conducted and three months job training was also conducted in Dehradun to earn their trust.

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