Maharashtra: Two booked for duping 3 from Nanded

Times of India | 6 days ago | 22-06-2022 | 10:47 am

Maharashtra: Two booked for duping 3 from Nanded

PUNE: The Chakan police on Monday are searching for two men, who duped three daily wage workers from Nanded district for promising them to secure a job in a company from the Chakan MIDC. The trio then approached the Chakan police and filed a complaint. An officer from the Chakan police said that the trio were in search of a job. On June 18, one of them received a text message about the recruitment in a prominent company in Chakan. “When he contacted the given phone number, the caller told him that they would get a salary of Rs16,000 for an eight-hour shift in the company. He also told him that food and accommodation will be provided by the company,” he said. TNN

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