Left Menu
Development News Edition

Delhi police arrest four people for cheating unemployed youth on pretext of giving jobs

ANI | New Delhi | Updated: 08-05-2019 00:37 IST | Created: 08-05-2019 00:37 IST
Delhi police arrest four people for cheating unemployed youth on pretext of giving jobs

The Delhi Police has arrested four persons for allegedly cheating unemployed youth on the pretext of providing government jobs. "Acting on the complaint filed by Surendra Kumar, the police arrested four people who were running the syndicate of cheating unemployed youth on the pretext of providing government jobs," police said on Tuesday.

Police also confiscated printing material, laptop, mobile phones, SIM cards, and other forged documents related to government plans from the accused. "On April 14, the complainant saw an advertisement published in the National Hindi Daily Newspaper 'Dainik Jagran' regarding open recruitment under 'Ayushman Bharat Yojna'. He was later asked to deposit Rs. 12,500 into a bank account," added police.

"On further enquiry from the office of the Ayushman Bharat Yojna, he got to know that the men were trying to cheat him," police said. Police have registered a case in the matter and further investigation in the case is underway. (ANI)


TRENDING

OPINION / BLOG / INTERVIEW

Why COVID-19 is unstoppable in USA despite it being ranked at the top of GHS Index?

Several worst-hit countries such as Italy, France, Spain, the UK, Canada, and Russia have peaked COVID-19 cases in April. Almost all of them have gradually flattened the curve. However, the USA is setting new daily records of infections tha...

COVID-19 seems cooking biggest ever global scam

The increasing number of corruption cases on COVID-19 funds from throughout the world and involvement of high profile persons indicate that the countries cant ignore corruption in their pandemic response programs. This has generated the nee...

Health Management Information Systems lack holistic, integrated, and pandemic resilient character

Being a part of the United Nations system, the World Health Organization WHO deserves its share of rebuke for its alleged failure issue COVID-19 health emergency alerts on appropriate time. However, the pandemic has also exposed loopholes i...

Pride in the time of coronavirus: a welcome move online?

This year is different in many ways not least as celebrations are also taking place against the dramatic backdrop of a global health crisis and a resurgence in grassroots activism following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. ...

Videos

Latest News

Our ‘new normal’ requires human contact, UN chief tells youth webinar on mental health

How to adapt and move forward in the new reality of a COVID-19 world was the focus of a UN webinar on Wednesday, which considered how young people can maintain good mental health and a sense of wellbeing.Whether we are living in countries c...

Trump administration action on risks posed by TikTok likely 'in weeks' -official

President Donald Trumps administration is studying the national security risks of social media applications including TikTok and WeChat, with action to address the issue expected in the coming weeks, a White House official said on Wednesday...

Floyd family sues Minneapolis officers charged in his death

George Floyds family filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against the city of Minneapolis and the four police officers charged in his death, alleging the officers violated Floyds rights when they restrained him and that the city allowed a culture o...

FEATURE-Floored by COVID-19, Cirque du Soleil eyes return to the high-wire

As the coronavirus pandemic ripped around the globe, Cirque du Soleil, a circus troupe formed by Quebec street performers that become a global powerhouse, saw most of its operations grind to a halt in barely 48 hours.The company, which gain...

Give Feedback