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Computer education scam busted

Here is a lucrative scheme. Invest Rs 52,000 to get Rs 2.10 lakh in return over five years and the career of a teacher. This scheme had trapped many young aspirants who wanted to become computer teachers in government - run schools in various districts.

CID (Crime)'s Economic Offences Cell have arrested Haresh Trivedi, the main accused in Rs 25 crore scam from Chikhli in Vadodara. According to CID police officials, Trivedi had formed Blossom Charitable Trust to provide free computer education to students of class V to VII in June 2005. He also bagged a contract from the state education department.

"Trivedi then formed another trust and promised that he would install two computer systems and a printer in every school. However, to get the computer teachers for more than 150 schools, Trivedi made a plan. He called upon aspiring teachers to apply for with a form-fee of Rs 2,000," said BJ Joshi, inspector of CID (crime).

Trivedi formed Blossom Education Services Private Limited (BESPL) - for this scam. When the applications flooded in, Trivedi then asked for a bribe of Rs 50,000 for the job. The aspirants had to pay Trivedi by two post-dated cheques in the name of BESPL.

"As there were many unemployed graduates in the village, they borrowed the money from their relatives, sold off land and even pawned jewellery. All of them wanted a secure job," said Joshi.

Source:TOI

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