A man has been arrested for allegedly creating a fake government organization website. He is 22 year old man from who formed a fake organization named as Karnataka State Educational, Cultural and Sports Organization (KSECS) and registered it in Bengaluru district. He had collected huge amount as an examination charge for a government job. The police recovered over Rs 32.45 lakh in cash from him. Arjun who was pursuing B.Com via distance schooling found out that many human beings ran fake web sites of government for making money. He then determined to make a same website to earn money.
For this purpose he opened an account in a bank at Visweshwaraiah Layout near Kengeri and showed these as proof to website designers and once he developed the website up, he learnt how to upload content and by this cheated around 9000 job seekers. We will update you more about this post whenever we get any update from the official sources but for that you have to be with this page to get more updates on this news.
In February 2016, he posted over 728 vacant seats in various government organisations on the fake website. The posts he mentioned were for first division assistants (FDAs), second division assistants (SDAs), typists and drivers. He also advertise and publishes these job vacancies in several newspapers and gave his website as the link to fill the form. And then more than nine thousand people filled the fake application form, for that he charged Rs 500 per application form and this is how he duped the money and cheated thousands of aspirants across the state.
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