Jammu and Kashmir
Jammu, Apr 6: The Jammu wing of crime branch (CB) yesterday registered a case against a man and his son for allegedly duping an employee with fake promise to manage jobs for his sons in J&K Bank.
Following the assurance, the complainant paid them Rs 3 lakh as advance on January 30, 2014 through cheque Nos 14889, 14890 and 14891 worth Rs 1 lakh each, but no appointment order was provided. When despite repeated requests, the accused kept delaying the matter, Bhagat decided to take legal course.
During preliminary inquiry, CB found that the accused had allured the complainant on the pretext of providing jobs of cashier-cum-clerk in J&K Bank to his sons and in turn took Rs 3.00 lakh through three cheques. While one cheque was encashed by the accused from the account of the complainant, the other two cheques were deposited in Shopian branch of J&K Bank in A/c No 0018020450001036.
After completion of investigation, FIR was registered against the accused for offences punishable under sections 420, 406 and 120-B of RPC