Job scam by Saritha Nair: Audio clip mentioning minister TP Ramakrishnan's name comes to light


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In the audio clip, Saritha is heard telling the complainants that the minister and the BevCo MD clearly know about the scam. She said this when the complainants raised doubts as they did not get appointment even after giving the money.

Thiruvananthapuram: An audio clip has come to light which reveals involvement of high level people in the job scam that cheated many by offering job in Beverages Corporation (BevCo).

The audio clip which is claimed to be of key accused Saritha Nair states that Excise Minister T P Ramakrishnan and BevCo MD Sparjan Kumar were aware of the scam. The voice clip was handed over to the police by the complainants.

In the audio clip, Saritha is heard telling the complainants that the minister and the BevCo MD clearly know about the scam. She said this when the complainants raised doubts as they did not get appointment even after giving the money.

It is heard in the clip that minister T P Ramakrishnan should talk to the people who gave money for appointment. Apart from this, the voice clip reveals that BevCo MD Sparjan Kumar is a corrupt person but wants to keep it secret.

Later, Saritha told the complainants to meet BevCo manager T Meenakumari for joining as the placement was finalised. This conversation also can be heard in the audio clip. About 20 people were conned by them in this manner.

According to the case, Saritha Nair swindled over Rs 16 lakh by offering job in KTDC and BevCo. Saritha Nair, Ratheesh and Saju are the accused in the case. The complaint was filed by two people from Neyyattinkara. They managed to cheat the people by forging appointment order.

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