A woman was cheated of 4.5 lakh INR on the pretext of getting a Canadian work visa. The UT police have charged the immigration consultant, Fortune in Sector 35, however, the owner named Amarjit Singh is yet to be arrested. A complaint was provided to the police by Seema, who is a Nawanshahr resident, who alleged that the accused had assured to provide her employment in Canada. For the sole reason, she paid Rs 4.5 lakh INR to Amarjit in four installments. Later, he began neglecting her phone calls.
After some days, Amarjit reached the woman and given her passport and 75,000 INR but didn't send her to Canada. Regarding this Seema registered a complaint with UT police. An F.I.R has been recorded on this matter. The UT police have recorded 4 cases of immigration scam in this month. However, no arrests have been performed so far.
In one of the cases filed, Monika, who is a resident in Sector 49 alleged that she had contacted Pankaj, who is an Airwings Aviation Academy owner in Zirakpur, for a Canadian study visa for his brother in the year 2017. She claimed that Pankaj promised her that he would grant a work visa for his brother and also asked 16 lakh INR to process for the same. Monika spent approximately 10 lakh INR but when she got her brother's passport there was no stamp on the visa.
In a different case, Sanjiv Kumar Yadav, a Nepal resident claimed that Dev Kumar, who is the owner of Prime Consulting located in Sector 35 duped him with 1,45,000 INR on the pretext of providing a visa to Dubai and also assured him a job over there. The complainant claimed that he received a false visa and air tickets from the accused person.
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