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Man cheated of Rs 81,000 with promise of job

An engineering graduate
lodged a complaint with the Nandambakkam police station on Wednesday saying that a person had cheated him of
over Rs 81,000 with the promise of a job in a private company.

According to the complaint from Sivarajan of Iswaran Koil Street in Nandambakkam, he was searching for a job some months ago when he met T Ganesan, a retired official of a public sector bank.

The latter then introduced him to Srikanth of a private company. Srikanth assured him that he would get him a job and asked him to pay some money.

Sivarajan, who was keen on gettting a job, said he would pay the amount on an instalment basis, and, in the last six months, he paid Rs 81,000. Then he lost contact with Srikanth and did not get the interview call either.

When Sivarajan asked Ganesan about Srikanth's whereabouts, he was told that Srikanth had to pay him some money too.

Sivarajan then approached the police who registered a case and began investigations. A senior police officer with the Chennai suburban commissionerate said that atleast one job cheating case was registered every month.

"There are lot of engineering graduates who are without a job. Hence, scamsters make use of such people and cheat them. It is always better to enquire about the person who offers to get a job," said the police officer.



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