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Man allegedly cheats 400 job aspirants

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PNS | NIZAMABAD

A shocking case of a man, who reportedly cheated a large number of unemployed youth by promising jobs, came to light. The youngsters, who were cheated of lakhs of rupees, hailed from several districts, such as Adilabad, Nirmal, Nizamabad, Warangal, Karimnagar, Kamareddy, Hyderabad, Jagtial and Sircilla, according to reliable sources.

The man, identified as Kadiyala Ramakrishna, established a Defence Academy in 2017. He allegedly collected the photographs of some employees who secured jobs on merit and projected that he had got the jobs for them. It had led the unemployed youth to believe in Ramakrishna’s “talent” and each one paid between Rs 1 lakh and Rs 4 lakh to him.

Ramakrishna hailed from Kothapally village under the Armur constituency. At least, not less than 400 youngsters fell into his trap, the sources said.

Some of the victims said that they were “fake appointment letters” and thus they were cheated of their hard-earned money. The job aspirants, who were overwhelmed with joy on seeing the “appointment letters,” were shocked when they turned out to be “fake appointment letters.”

Most job aspirants borrowed money on interest to pay for alleged cheat. After allegedly cheating the job aspirants, Ramakrishna fled, according to victims.

According to the latest information, the police took Ramakrishna into custody for interrogation. It is learnt that Ramakrishna had worked as a Special Protection Force constable and he was dismissed from the force.

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