Ludhiana. By pretending to be travel agents and promising to send him to Canada, three persons made a Jalandhar resident a victim of their deception. Almost a month and a quarter after receiving the complaint, based on the statements of the victim, the police have registered a case against the three persons for committing fraud of Rs 4.87 lakh and have started further action. Read More – Cabinet meeting in Civil Secretariat Chandigarh, approval to convene the 5th session of the 16th Legislative Assembly
Victim Harvinder Singh, resident of Lanma village of Jalandhar district, told that his son Harjeet Singh wanted to go to Canada. So several months ago he spoke to a travel agent at an office near Cheema Chowk area of Ludhiana. Where three persons named Kunal Gill, Pankaj Khokhar and Hardeep Singh Gill, pretending to be travel agents, tricked his son Harjeet Singh into sending him to Canada. During the conversation, it was decided with the three travel agents to pay Rs 4.87 lakh to Harjeet Singh in exchange for sending him to Canada. After this, the three persons took a total of Rs 4 lakh 87 thousand from him by making installments at different times, but neither did they send Harjeet Singh to Canada nor did they return the amount received from him.
After this, he complained to the police and demanded action, in which after investigation the police have registered a case. Investigating officer Balaur Singh says that on the complaint of Harvinder Singh, the police of Police Station Division No. 2 have registered a case of fraud against Kunal Gill resident of Neela Mahal Jalandhar, Pankaj Khokhar resident of Baba Budha, G Avenue Amritsar and Hardeep Singh Gill resident of village Bassian. Tax has started further action.