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Lawyer Arrested for Cheating People and Promising them Government Jobs

By Parul Singhal      24 November, 2020 03:39 PM      0 Comments
Lawyer Arrested for Cheating People and Promising them Government Jobs

A Lawyer on Friday (20th November, 2020) was arrested in Assam’s Dhubri for allegedly cheating people by promising them Govt Jobs in exchange for money. 

Police said, “Monirul Islam, a resident of Geramari village in Gauripur police station area of the district, took money, from a youth Safiqul Houque, by promising him a Govt. job.”

Police added, islam alleged that he knew several top officials in different Govt. departments, besides some ministers. 

The deal was fixed at Rs. 5 lakh for a Govt Job & Houque paid the lawyer Rs 2.5 lakh as an advance, promising him to pay the rest on getting the appointment letter. 

Nevertheless, Hoque, later realized that he has been cheated and filed a complaint with the police. 

Islam was arrested on 19th November, 2020 and officials said that they are investigating the matter at present.

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