Crime Branch books fake Job fraudster

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By CNS on 19/10/2018.

Crime Branch books fake Job fraudster

Srinagar, Oct 19: Crime Branch Kashmir received an order  passed by the Court of  Chief Judicial Magistrate Pulwama dated 07.09.2018, titled Abdul Majid Kuchay V/S Abdul Majid Mir R/O Kalaroos Lastiyal District Kupwara, along with  copies of fake appointment orders, application, list  of persons from whom accused  has received  hefty amounts.


The order inter-alia reveals that the non-applicant namely Abdul Majid Mir approached the complainant and projected himself as Personal Secretary of Chairman J&K Bank Ltd. He developed friendship with him and induced   the complainant to pay huge amounts in lieu of providing of   jobs as Relationship Executives, Bank Associates and Attendants in J&K Bank.



    The complainant has collected as much as 29 lac. Rupees from 13 individuals hailing from Tral, Pampore & Pulwama area and handed over the said amount to the non-applicant, who after receiving the money provided Eleven (11) appointment orders purportedly signed by Chairman/CEO of J&K Bank Ltd.


Accordingly the  appointees approached the  concerned authorities of J&K Bank for joining their jobs, but  they were informed  that the said  appointment orders have not been issued by the Bank authorities  and are fake and forged, thereby the non-applicant (alleged accused) deceived the complainant and grabbed huge amounts from  him on the pretext of  providing  jobs  to educated youth in J&K Bank in a fraudulent and deceitful manner.


The said Hon’ble Court order further reveals that the appointments with respect to Relationship Executives, Banking Associates & Peons in the bank is a big racket and the said posts are not being advertised and such appointments are made in violation of established norms/procedures.


Accordingly Case has been registered against the accused Abdul Majid Mir S/O Rahim Mir R/O Kalaroos Lastiyal District Kupwara, and concerned Bank officers/officials and investigation started.