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Saturday, 12 September 2020

Con man also duped Maloya resident of Rs4K

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, September 11

The 27-year-old con man, who used to dupe people while posing as a Punjab Police official, had also duped a Maloya resident on the pretext of getting his driving licence (DL) made.

The police had arrested con man Rajvir Singh of Amritsar, who was demanding money from a Zirakpur resident on the pretext of getting him recruited as a Home Guards volunteer in Punjab.

The police said the con man had duped the Maloya resident of Rs4,000 while posing as a motor vehicle inspector. The accused had promised him that he would get his driving licence made.

The Maloya resident, however, didn’t file a complaint against the accused.

The police said Rajvir also duped several other persons of small amount in Punjab. However, they didn’t lodge a complaint with the police.

He had also duped a woman actress while posing as a Punjabi singer. “The accused had made the woman believe that he is a famous singer and made her transfer a sum of Rs2,000,” said a source.

from The Tribune

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