The Delhi Police Crime Department has arrested a 25-year-old man for allegedly posing as a private secretary of Union Dwelling Minister Amit Shah and calling up the labour ministers of Haryana and Rajasthan to get himself employed, officers stated on Thursday.
The person, Sandeep Choudhary, is a resident of Teh Mundawar in Alwar district of Rajasthan, they stated.
Choudhary did his BA and BEd and was working with Hero Honda firm in Dharuhera, Haryana however after he misplaced his job amid the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, he hatched a plan to get himself employed, police stated.
He was arrested after the Crime Department registered a case primarily based on a grievance by the Union residence ministry, they stated.
In response to the grievance, the person posing as the private secretary of Shah had known as up the labour ministers of Haryana and Rajasthan to get himself employed.
With the assistance of technical surveillance, the accused was later arrested by the Crime Department from his hometown in Rajasthan’s Alwar district, police stated.
Throughout interrogation, Chaudhary revealed that he was beforehand working with Hero Honda firm in Dharuhera however as a result of COVID-19 he misplaced his job and is at present unemployed, a senior police officer stated.
To get himself employed in any of the factories in Rajasthan or Haryana, he hatched a plan and determined to name up the ministers of the involved states by posing as a private secretary of the Union residence minister, he stated.
To execute his plan, he first bought a SIM card issued within the identify of his girlfriend. He then posed as the private secretary of Shah and known as up Haryana’s Labour Minister Anoop Dhanak and Rajasthan’s Labour Minister Tikaram Julie, the officer added.
The cell phone and the SIM card utilized in calling the involved ministers have been recovered from him, police stated.
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