Jamshedpur, June 27: District police on Friday arrested three persons of a gang involved in duping people on the promise of providing employment in a Tata associate company.
City SP Chandan Jha addressing a press conference said that police swung into action after a case was registered under Jugsalai police station on June 25 by Subhash Burman, a native of Itahad police station of North Dinajpur.
Jha said the police received a complaint that Poly Das, a resident of South Rampur under Kaliachak police station of South Dinajpur district, West Bengal, Devendra Kumar Sharma, Laxminagar under Telco police station here and Raju Ravidas of North Chak Bhawani under South Dinajpur district of West Bengal, have duped the complainant and other persons acquainted to him on the promise of providing employment at Tata Pigment Limited here.
During the course of investigation, Jha said it was found that the accused have duped Rs 2.15 lakh each from Burman, Sudip Kumar, Samir Pramanik, Subrato Singh and others.
The Police also came to know that the accused were having an office at Dumdum, Kolkata, which was being run by one Bhaskar Mandal and Sukhen Burman. Jha said all arrests were made from Jamshedpur.
The Police also seized fake appointment letters, counterfeit receipts of payment made by the victims in different banks, Jha said claiming dozens seemed to have fallen prey to the gang.