Job fraud case: Probe targets Bevco staff


Saritha S Nair | Photo: Siddiqul Akbar| Mathrubhumi

Neyyattinkkara: Bevco employees have come under scanner over the job fraud case in which Saritha Nair was booked. It is hinted that a female employee of Bevco phoned the complainant.

Ratheesh, first accused in the case, took Rs 10 lakh from the complainant promising appointment in Bevco. The complainant also deposited Rs 1 lakh in the bank account of Saritha Nair, second accused in the case as per her demand.

Shaju Paliyode, third accused in the case coordinated to exchange the money to others.

As per the statement of the complainant named Arun, the accused took money and gave an advice memo in the name of Bevco MD, rank list of store assistant and appointment order to him.

As the appointment was not carried out, Arun contacted the Bevco office. The Bevco officials informed him that they did not issue any appointment order to anyone. Following this, Arun contacted Saritha Nair. Soon after this, a female staff member of Bevco phoned Arun and talked about his appointment. But Arun did not receive any confirmation regarding the job offer at Bevco.

Later, Arun lodged a complaint with police realizing he was cheated. Police produced two FIRs over the case at Neyyattinkkara court.

At the same time, mystery shrouded the move of Bevco officials who did not lodge a police complaint over fake appointment order in the name of Managing Director. The Bevco authority has filed a complaint with Vigilance over the job fraud instead of informing Neyyattinkkara police who are probing the case.

Meanwhile, the police will investigate on leaking of the complainant’s statement before producing it in the court.

Add Comment
Related Topics

Get daily updates from Mathrubhumi.com

Youtube
Telegram
Disclaimer: Kindly avoid objectionable, derogatory, unlawful and lewd comments, while responding to reports. Such comments are punishable under cyber laws. Please keep away from personal attacks. The opinions expressed here are the personal opinions of readers and not that of Mathrubhumi.