Sai cheated around Rs 17 lakhs so far, aiming to Provide Govt Jobs to innocents. Karimnagar police commissioner VB Kamalas Reddy told in a press conference in Karimnagar Police Commissionerate.
According to ASP, Ramagiri Sai Kumar of Manikodur Mandal in Karimnagar district has diploma in the Polytechnic College of Cirisilas and has been involved in diligence and bad addiction.
He has decided to cheat people by providing fake government jobs to get easy money. He has cheated eight people in the name of employees in the Collector, Model School and Municipalities, that he knows MLAs and politicians.
A fake appointment letter and service book was issued by collecting a junior assistant job in collectorate and collecting Rs.4 lakhs. Sirisila went to the collectorate and told him that he would not be a collector.
Later he traveled on pilgrimage to believe that he would train in the GHMC in Hyderabad. The next month, Rajanna cirisila district believes that Tangallepalli was promoted to Emarwar. Return to the appointment letter, service book.
He did not trust anyone to tell everyone that he would get his job done. Muthu Srisailam of Jyotinagar, who was employed at Emarovo, earned Rs1.38,000 from his wife, Shanti’s Model School, to pay Rs.2.5 lakh as an attendant. Chimla Santosh and Datti Nagaraju betrayed the junior assistant job at Model School.
A senior assistant in the GHMCC, wife of Anjali, Hyderabad, Naredmettu, was allegedly cheated by a Rs 3 lakh junior assistant job at Bongalur Model School near Ibrahimatnam. He was asked to give a job in a model school and take all the schools to the schools and talk to the principals of the principals and come up with appointment letters.
Sai kumar went to Dubai on 4th of this month and tried to work there for about ten days. Sai, who was getting used to the scams, returned to work and stayed in the house of relatives.
Task Force Police had already arrested a suspect Sai Kumar on Friday and seized a car, stamp, service book and checks at him. Task Force CI Gaus Baba, Second Counter TI Mahesh Goud, Task Force Escayee E. Kiran, B Santhosh, P Nagaraju and staff were also present.