Man promised job, duped of Rs 10 lakh in Aurangabad | Aurangabad News – Times of India


AURANGABAD: Members of a society running a government-aided educational institute have been booked on the charges of cheating a man of Rs 10 lakh on the pretext of getting him appointed as a permanent sports teacher in the school.
Ramesh Jadhav (47) approached the magistrate court, after the city police refused to register an offence against the suspects, citing lack of any direct evidence against them.
It was after sustained hearing in the case that the chief judicial magistrate issued directives to the Kranti Chowk police to register an offence against the suspects and sought a report to be tabled in this regard before the court. Accordingly, the trio, including a woman, have been booked for cheating and forgery.
Investigation officer and assistant inspector Rahul Suryatal said that the complainant has alleged that the suspects duped him Rs 10 lakh between June 2007 and January this year.
“As per the complaint, the suspects first took Rs 7 lakh in cash. This was followed by the suspects asking him to pay Rs 3 lakh against the articles purchased by the school,” said Suryatal, adding that none of the suspects have been arrested yet.

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