HYDERABAD: Five criminals allegedly involved in deceiving several unemployed youth were caught and seized their belongings from their possessions. They have been identified as T Santosh Kumar and his accomplices- V Ram Kumar, Mohammed Abdul Khadar, T Narayana Rao and B Pandu.
On Thursday, Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) police arrested five culprits who were cheating unemployed youths on the promise of providing job at RGIA. Five cellular phones, two laptops, fake application forms, Airport Entry Pass and other black documents were captured snatched from their hands. Among them Mr. Santosh led the team. He received training at a private aviation academy and had appeared job interviews for a number of times but was rejected. Later, with the help of Ram Kumar, a director of a private aviation academy, whom he met at RGIA conspired to dupe jobless youth by promising to provide jobs at RGIA through back-end.
Last month, Mohammed Khalid had gone for an interview but he was rejected. When he came out of the airport, Ram Kumar approached him assured him of providing a job through back-end. For this he demanded Mr. Khalid around 2 lakh and took an advance of Rs 50,000.
Likewise, Santosh created a fake ID card and had given it to Khalid. Later, Khalid learnt that it was a fake, he filed a complaint with police. Accordingly, police investigated the case and held Mr. Santosh and his associates. Police discovered that he had cheated around 20 persons.