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Mumbai Municipal Corporation job fraud; Eight lakh gangster to two in Ulhasnagar |

Ulhasnagar: A woman has allegedly robbed both of them of around Rs 8 lakh by claiming that she is getting a job in BMC. For this, the woman made fake office stamps of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation and also gave fake appointment letter to the concerned. However, when he came to know that the appointment letter was fake, he was deceived and Girish Pawar rushed to Vithalwadi police station. A case of cheating has been registered against Anjali Rajaram Muneshwar in this case.

Earlier, there were some cases of embezzlement of lakhs of rupees in Ambernath city by showing greed to get jobs in BMC, Railway Department and government offices. Even after that, there is another type of fraud in trying to get a job by paying third parties without any advertisement and without any guarantee. Girish Nimba Pawar and his cousin Jagdish Pawar, who live in Camp Four area of ​​Ulhasnagar, were lured by Anjali Rajaram Muneshwar to get a job in BMC through Vijay Ramchandra Dhotre alias Sandeep Baviskar.

For this, by making office stamps of BMC, forged appointment letter by making false signatures on the documents. Pretending to be a fake letter, the complainants took Rs 8 lakh from various bank accounts through Google Pay. However, upon learning that the appointment letter was fake, Girish Pawar rushed to Vithalwadi police station. A case of cheating has been registered against Anjali Rajaram Muneshwar at Vithaswadi police station. This type is followed by an appeal to be vigilant about job greed.

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