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Work Visas: Employees Of 2 Companies Booked For ₹13l Visa Fraud | Chandigarh News


Chandigarh: Police have booked two officials of immigration companies for allegedly duping people of Rs 13 lakh on the pretext of providing work visas of the UK and Singapore in separate cases.

Both cases were registered at the Sector 17 police station. Rajinder Singh of Nayagaon reported that he approached Settlement Visa House Private Limited for UK work permit visa for his nephew.

The company officials allegedly took Rs 8 lakh from him but neither provided a visa nor returned the money. Mohit Kumar of Ambala reported had contacted Quick Visa Immigration, Sector 22, for a visa of Singapore. The firm allegedly took Rs 4.90 lakh from him but neither provided a visa nor returned the money. 2 held for submitting fake cheques Police have booked two people for allegedly presenting three fake cheques of Rs 4 lakh in a bank. Sunil Kumar Gupta, deputy manager, SBI, New Delhi, alleged that Amit Kumar and Mohammad Irshad had presented three cheques through PNB and Indian Bank of Rs 1.41 lakh, 1.21 lakh and Rs 1.24 lakh in 2017 in SBI. All the three cheques were issued by Granules India Limited. Later, the company informed the bank through their home branch that they have not issued these cheques. Company officials claimed the original cheques were with them only and the accused presented truncated images of cheques and forged signatures on them. After checking the facts and taking legal opinion, police registered a cheating case against both the accused.

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