Hyderabad: Fraudster arrested for duping man | Hyderabad News – Times of India


HYDERABAD: A man who discontinued his MBA course, was arrested by Begum Bazar police after he allegedly duped a person by promising him to provide a government job. Police said that A Srinivas, a resident of Kamareddy district, lodged a complaint claiming that one N Swamy, collected Rs 1.7 lakh through different modes, including cash and e-wallet.
The payment was made by the victim in 2019. Since then, the accused has not provided the victim a job as promised. “The accused claimed he is a police officer and to gain the confidence of the victim, he would wear a police uniform at his residence. Believing him, the victim thought he can help get government jobs in different departments,” Begum Bazar inspector K Madhu Mohan Reddy said.
The accused, Swamy, is also from Kamareddy district. It was in 2018 that the victim got introduced to accused through a common friend. Police are verifying how many other persons the accused has duped in the pretext of providing them a job.

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