Fake Navy Job Racket Busted: Mumbai Crime Branch Arrests Retired Indian Navy Captain Trinetra For Duping Youths
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New Delhi, November 10: The Mumbai Crime Branch on Saturday arrested retired Indian Navy Captain for duping people on the pretext of providing jobs in Indian Navy in Mumbai. According to a tweet by ANI, Captain Trinetra runs Saraswati Academy in Andhra Pradesh's Visakhapatnam. Reports informed that he issued fake appointment letters to at least six people who were a part of his academy.

Earlier this week, a 22-year-old woman was allegedly raped by a property dealer and his associate on the pretext of providing her a job. Police informed that the incident took place in Delhi’s Anand Vihar area. Fake Government Job Racket Exposed: Special Cell of Delhi Police Busts Inter-State Gang for Duping People, Two Arrested. 

In her complaint, the woman alleged that the property dealer called her to his associate's office in Anand Vihar on the day of Diwali on the pretext of giving her a job and the duo raped her. According to a PTI report, both the accused were arrested and a case was registered against them

In another incident, a 34-year-old man was arrested for allegedly running a fake job racket and duping people on the pretext of appointing them as Anganwadi workers in Delhi. The police said that they had launched the probe into the racket on a complaint by the Women and Child Development Ministry.

Another similar incident had surfaced from the national capital in September where seven people were arrested for allegedly cheating youths on the pretext of providing them jobs in the state-owned ONGC.