Four persons were arrested on Tuesday for duping several people of lakhs of rupees in three separate job fraud cases.

The west zone team of Task Force police arrested private job recruitment agents — Saurabh Kumar Jha and Mohammed Ibrahim of Asif Nagar for cheating unemployed youth by promising to send them abroad for employment. Though they do not have permission from the protector general of emigration, the duo collected lakhs of rupees from several youngsters by promising to secure them jobs in Malaysia, Task Force DCP Radhakishan Rao said. Before setting up his own job consultancy, AIM Growth Consultancy Services, at Asif Nagar in April 2018, Saurabh worked in a Mumbai-based job consultancy firm.

The duo started collecting Rs.75,000 to Rs.1.5 lakh from job aspirants and after conducting fake interviews, sent the victims to Malaysia on a visit visa saying that their agent would receive them there and provide them employment. Family members of the victims lodged a complaint with cops as the promised job was not ensured. Cops seized 15 passports, three laptops and 76 Malaysian SIM cards with Rs.11,400 from the accused.

In another case, the central zone Task Force sleuths arrested P Ramesh, a former employee of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), for duping several people by promising to secure them jobs in TTD, Yadgirigutta temple and Singareni Collieries.

P Venkat Dheeraj Rahul, 31, was arrested at Malkajgiri for duping 11 victims of Rs.75 lakh by promising to provide them with data entry jobs.

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