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JAMMU: Crime Branch Jammu presented a charge-sheet on Friday against accused Iqbal Krishan Karihaloo for duping a complainant on pretext of providing Govt job.As per official spokesperson of investigating agency, the sleuths of Crime Branch Jammu charge-sheeted an accused namely Iqbal Krishan Karihaloo, son of Moti Lal, resident of 104, Karan Nagar, Srinagar, presently staying at House No 317-D, Bharat Nagar, Rehari Colony and 72-E, Sector-1, Durga Nagar, Jammu in a case registered vide FIR No.14/2018 under Section 420 & 120-B of RPC at Police Station Crime Branch Jammu for his involvement in hatching criminal conspiracy and cheating complainant on pretext of arranging Govt jobs in Tourism and Health Departments. The charge-sheet was produced in the Court of City Judge Jammu for judicial determination, he added.The official further said that a written complaint was lodged by complainant- Farooq Ahmad in Crime Branch Jammu, alleging that he (complainant) visited office of Director Health Services Jammu in order to check name of his brother who was short-listed for course of Medical Assistant, where the accused deliberately approached him and told him that he is a retired Director, having links with bureaucrats and ministers, who could easily manage two jobs, one for applicant in Tourism Department and another for his brother in Health Department.The applicant fell into his trap and deposited a big amount in his account at J&K Bank Branch Toph, besides paying him huge amount in cash. After a long time, when nothing was heard from suspect, the complainant exerted pressure for returning money, after which the accused handed over fake appointment orders to complainant. When complainant went for joining the concerned department, he came to know that orders were fake. When the complainant asked accused to return his money, he outrightly refused and threatened the applicant of dire consequences, he added.The official said that on receipt of complaint, a preliminary verification was initiated by Crime Branch Jammu and during enquiry, allegations were prima facie substantiated which subsequently led to registration of instant case in Crime Branch Jammu for in-depth investigation. During course of investigation documentary/oral evidences were gathered with all relevant aspects, statements of witnesses were recorded under Section 161 CrPC, he added.
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