Nagpur, Aug 13 (UNI) Police have booked one person for allegedly duping a man of about Rs 1.11 lakh by promising him a job in the Directorate General of Information and Public Relations (DGIPR) of the Government of Maharashtra, here today.
According to the police, Ramesh Ramkrishna Chandurkar (55), a resident of Dombivli in Mumbai, claiming to know people ''on high posts'' in the secretariat in the state capital, promised a sub-editors job in DGIPR to Tilaksingh Vinodsingh Gautam (35), a resident of Gondia district in Vidarbha region.
For this, Gautam paid a total sum of Rs 1,11,500 on different occasions in Nagpur city to Chandurkar over three months duration between May and July last, police said. However, Gautam never got the job, and later realised that he had been cheated, the police added.
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