Hyderabad: A person who cheated many unemployed youths under the pretext of getting them jobs collected huge amounts of money from them. Later, he was arrested by Central Zone of Task Force Police, Hyderabad.
According to the details, B. Ailesh (32) is a commerce graduate. He is a resident of Azampura. After completing his education, he had started job in a spices bar. However, he lost his job due to the dismantling of the bar under the road widening.
He came in contact with K. Ravindra Swamy who presented himself as an employee of Secretariat. Swamy promised Ailesh to get the job of an attender in Water Works Dept. and collected Rs. 2 lakh. However, Ailesh could not get the job. When he demanded refund of his money, Swamy asked him to introduce other unemployed graduates.
Ailesh helped him which resulted in the collection of around Rs. 1.24 lakh. He also conspired with Swamy and planned to cheat other unemployed persons. He prepared a fake identity card depicting himself as the employee of Veterinary Dept. of GHMC. He posed himself as an influential person and collected Rs. 1.6 crore from 28 unemployed graduates. He got married and started living luxuriously.
Task Force team arrested Ailesh and handed him over to Musheerabad Police for taking further action.