Crime Branch Jammu Produces charge-sheet against a cheat in a visa fraud

Crime Branch Jammu Produces charge-sheet against a cheat in a visa fraud

KD Desk

Jammu , Oct 28: Crime Branch Jammu on Wednesday claimed to have produced charge-sheet against a cheat in a visa fruad case.

 In a statement issued to Kashmir Despatch Crime Branch Jammu said that they produced charge-sheet against accused fraudsters viz  Rajwinder Singh S/O Sarwan Singh R/O House No. 46/24 Vishwakarma Nagar, Near Primary School Lamini, Pathankot at present Jallandhar, Punjab, Ajay Kumar S/O TarsemLal R/o Ward No.2, Ramgarh, District Samba on 27-10-2020 in the Hon’ble Court of Sub-Judge Jammu in case FIR No. FIR No.05/2018  U/S 420, 120-B/RPC P/S Crime Branch Jammu for duping the complainant of his hard earned money on the pretext of providing  visa  and Job abroad viz Newzealand. Both the accused were arrested and produced before the Hon’ble Court.

A written complainant was lodged by Complainant- Rajesh Kumar S/O Lt. Dharam Pal R/O Ramgarh, District Samba in Crime Branch Jammu, alleging that the complainant is a small shopkeeper at W.No. 01, KesoMorhRamgarh Tehsil Ramgarh District Samba and in the month of May, 2016, accused No. namely Ajay Kumar S/o TarsemLal approached and asked him that if he wanted to go abroad viz New Zealand for some job, he would arrange him and also told him that being an agent he had earlier also sent many persons from Ramgarh and different areas to many foreign countries.  Inducing the complainant, accused Ajay Kumar told him to pay a sum of Rs. 10000/-  advance and sum of Rs. 1,00,000/-  shall have to be given by him  afterwards after his medical test  at Chandigarh and rest of the amount  shall be  deducted from the salary  of the complainant  in New Zealand.  The complainant paid him a  sum of Rs. 10000/-  as cash  in advance  and  then Ajay Kumar called his partner accused Rajwinder Singh S/o Sarwan Singh  R/o  Pathankote  Punjab (M/s  Inder  Abroad Solution)at Ramgarh where both the persons met the complainant.Thereafter both the accused persons did not provide the complainant with his VISA and passport and duped him of his money.

On receipt of the complaint, a preliminary verification was initiated by Crime Branch Jammu and during the course of enquiry; the allegations were prima-facie substantiated against the accused person, leading to the registration of the instant formal case for in-depth investigation.  During the course of investigation documentary/oral evidences were gathered together with all relevant aspects, statement of witnesses were recorded U/S 161 Cr.P.C besides collecting other circumstantial evidences and the offences U/S 420,120-B RPC have fully been   established against the accused persons. During the investigation it has also been found that the accused have duped other people also on adopting the same modus-operandi.

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