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Updated January 2nd, 2024 at 18:02 IST

MBA Graduate scammer arrested in Airline job fraud

The Jagatpuri Police Station team apprehended the man who was providing fake appointment letters who also conducted an online interview for the same.

Aaquil Jameel
Ayan Malik, MBA graduate turned scamster lands in cops’ net for providing fake appointment letter to job aspirant in airline firm
Ayan Malik, MBA graduate turned scamster lands in cops’ net for providing fake appointment letter to job aspirant in airline firm | Image:Republic

 

New Delhi: Delhi Police achieved a significant breakthrough by apprehending a scammer who defrauded a woman of Rs 50 lakh by providing fake appointment letters. The Jagatpuri Police Station team successfully arrested the man involved in the scam.

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The scam unfolded when the victim's mother filed a complaint, stating that her daughter had been offered a receptionist job in an airline firm by a person claiming to be Ayan Malik. To make the offer seem authentic, the accused conducted an online interview. After the complainant's daughter cleared the initial screening, another individual posing as Rahul Saxena visited their house and presented the joining letter.

A second scam unfolded when another person, claiming to be Sanjay Bangar, offered a job to the complainant's son, prompting her to give Rs 50,000 to secure the position. Upon realizing that the job offers were fake, she promptly reported the incident to the police.

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The Delhi Police team acted swiftly, arresting the 29-year-old accused, identified as Ishu Sharma, and an MBA graduate, according to Deputy Commissioner of Police Rohit Meena. The investigation is ongoing to determine if the accused has any connections to others involved in the racket.

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Published January 2nd, 2024 at 18:02 IST

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