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Fake job racket in Jammu, five accused arrested

Jammu and Kashmir police have arrested five people for running a fake job racket. Two constables of Railway Protection Force (RPF) were involved in the fake job racket in the valley, a police spokesman said on Monday. He said Police Station (PS) Baramulla received a tip-off that some people were running a fake job racket so leading to an investigation.

During the investigation, police found out that a gang was operating fake job racket in Srinagar, Budgam and Baramulla. Five people were later arrested which includes two constables of RPF posted at Budgam station.

Those arrested were- Hafizulla Lone, a resident of Diver Lolab. Ashiq Hussain Naik resident of Kralgund Qazigund Kulgam. Ather-ul-Islam a resident of Devar Lolab, Kupwara. Ajaz Ahmad Lone resident of Tujer Sharif Sopore. Lastly Abdul Rashid Wani resident of Nagbal Khag Budgam

Three fake and forged appointment orders in Agriculture Department were recovered from them.

He said a case has been registered as the accused have duped many people and collected hefty amounts against fake appointment orders.

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