3 held for duping people on pretext of jobs in airlines

Three men have been arrested for allegedly duping people on the pretext of getting them jobs in private airlines as well as the Airports Authority of India, the police said on Friday.

The accused have been identified as Himanshu Thakur, Subham Tiwari and Ajay Thakur. The matter came to notice after a complaint was filed at the IGI Airport police station by Surender Singh.

In his complaint, Singh said in October last, he received a call from a man who offered him a job at a private airline. The man asked him to pay registration fee. Singh deposited the money, but the caller kept on asking for more under various pretenses. This way, the complainant ended up depositing ₹1,60,000 in a bank account held by the accused but never got the job. Probe began and the accused were held, the police added.

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