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Two couples held for duping people on pretext of providing jobs abroad

Two couples were arrested from Punjab s Patiala district for allegedly duping around 200 people of a total of over Rs 60 lakh on the pretext of providing jobs abroad, police said Saturday. The accused -- identified as Ishpreet Singh (22), Karan Kumar (28) and Akansha (22), residents of Patiala and Palak Sachdeva (22), a resident of Uttam Nagar in Delhi -- were arrested on Wednesday, they said. According to police, Akanksha is the wife of Karan and Palak is Singh s girlfriend. Total 148 passports, one car, 13 mobile phones and 35 SIM cards were recovered from possession of the accused, they said. On May 19, Vijay, a resident of Sikar in Rajasthan, lodged a case at Janakpuri Police Station in which he alleged that he contacted Black Stone Immigration Services for job on May 17 after seeing an online advertisement, Monika Bhardwaj, Deputy Commissioner of Police (West), said. The complainant said he came to the company s office at Janakpuri on April 24. There he met one Akanksha who ...


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