16 Nov 2020
Crime Branch Jammu on Monday claimed to have arrested three persons in Jammu district for their alleged involvement in luring a complainant and other gullible people and duping them of their hard earned money on the pretext of arranging government jobs, besides transfers and postings by issuing fake orders.
According to a statement issued to the news agency officials said Crime Branch Jammu arrested accused-Rakesh Singh and Sudesh Singh sons of Kehar Singh of JattanaDeyKothey, Dehrian, Hamirpur Sidhar, Tehsil Khour & District Jammu in a case under FIR number 04/2020 under sections 420, 465, 468 IPC of Police Station Crime Branch Jammu for their involvement in luring the complainant and other gullible people of UT of J&K and duping them of their hard earned money on the pretext of arranging Govt. Jobs, besides transfers and postings by issuing fake orders.
“The accused were not cooperating in the investigation of the case and were constantly evading their arrest by frequently changing their locations. However, with meticulous planning, the agile team of Crime Branch Jammu laid a trap and after developing intelligence inputs regarding presence of the accused after effective coordination and cooperation through a reliable source the accused were arrested from their native village viz Deharian, Khour. Both the accused were produced before the Court of Law and their Police remand has been sought for further investigation,” the statement said.
“Moreover, one more accused identified as Suresh Singh, son of Kehar Singh of JattanaDeyKothey, Dehrian, HamirpurSidhar, Tehsil Khour & District Jammu was also arrested by Crime Branch team in a case FIR number 42/2019 under sections 419, 420, 120-B/RPC of Police Station Crime Branch Jammu for his involvement as co-accused. The prime accused of the case is Rakesh Singh, who had impersonated as RTO and lured the complainant and other gullible people of UT of J&K by issuing driving licenses with other offers,” they said.
“Brief facts of the case are that a communication vide No. Edu/Tech/Phy/ 54/2018 dated 19-03-2018 made by Rajnish Kumar KAS Addl. Secretary to the Government was received in the Crime Branch, wherein it was stated that the Directorate of Youth Services & Sports brought to the notice of this Department a Government order bearing No. 146-Edu(YSS) of 2017 dated 26-12-2017 regarding the transfer of Teachers for authentication. As per their records, no such order has been issued by the Department and the order is fake and fictitious and needs an investigation,” it said.
“On this, preliminary verification was initiated and during the course of enquiry oral and documentary evidences was gathered and the allegations were substantiated. Accordingly, a formal case was registered in Police Station Crime Branch, Jammu against the above mentioned accused persons for in-depth investigation,” CB Jammu said.