Travel firm owner held for duping around 12 people of Rs 20 lakh
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UT Police arrested the owner of Akash Tours and Travels, an immigration firm in Sector 34, for allegedly duping about a dozen people of approximately Rs 3 lakh each. The accused, Sanjay Kumar, was arrested Thursday evening from Ambala Cantonment.
The accused used to run an immigration firm from Sector 34. He had promised the complainants in the case to send them to Cypress on work visa. However he fled after taking he money which amounts to approximately Rs 20 lakh.
The accused had been changing his name from Sanjay to Arun, Rohit and Sumit. He had been absconding since December last year and was arrested by the UT Police Thursday from Ambala. Another person who has been accused in the case is his friend Harkirat who is yet to be arrested.
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