Man held in Bongaon for duping 80000 job seekers

  • | Tuesday | 20th August, 2019

Kolkata: A man was arrested from Bongaon for allegedly duping more than 80,000 unemployed people by promising jobs in teachingsector under Digital India scheme. In the advertisement, it was mentioned that 14,265 teachers and assistants will be recruited in 'Central Junior Schools and E Digital India Corporation'. Also, two websites —www.edigitalindia.wb.com' and www.edigitalindiawb.co.in were mentioned in the advertisement where candidates need to register and submit the registration fees online. Seeing the advertisement, more than 80,000 job seekers applied for the posts and submitted registration fees. During the investigation, police found that he even forged the logo of 'Digital India' and used as a bait to attract the unemployed people who fell into his trap.

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