Karimnagar: The Task Force police on Wednesday arrested one Domala Ramesh for cheating people by promising jobs in various courts and other government departments and for preparing fake documents. Fake appointment letters, stamps, promissory notes, bank account details and others were seized from him.
Producing the accused before media persons here on Wednesday, Commissioner of Police V B Kamalasan Reddy explained the modus operandi of Ramesh. A native of Manikyapur, Bheemadevarapalli mandal of Warangal urban district, Ramesh opened an office in Huzurabad to settle civil disputes.
Projecting himself as the lone Judicial Vigilance Officer from South India, Ramesh put up posts on Facebook. He purchased two cars and pasted stickers of the judicial department to project himself as a vigilance officer of the district civil court.
Ramesh collected about Rs 4 crore from people by promising jobs in various district courts, and other government departments.
He collected Rs 40 lakh from a Singareni worker Kaitha Ramachandram of Godavarikhani of Peddapalli district by promising a junior assistant’s job to his son in GHMC and two more jobs to his relatives. Ramachandram had given money to Ramesh by selling his two houses.
Ramesh also collected money from friends and relatives of Ramachandram. A promissory note assuring to pay Rs 4 crore to Ramachandram was also seized from Ramesh.
As part of his strategy to cheat people, Ramesh created fake appointment letters stating that A V Parthasaradhi, Principal District Judge, Karimnagar and K V Vidhyasagar Rao, Principal District and Sessions Judge, Adilabad recruited junior assistant posts.
He also created a fake cheque stating that K V Vidhyasagar Rao, Principal District and Sessions Judge, Adilabad, had given Rs 2.75 lakh to him. He also prepared documents stating that he got Rs 5 crore from RBI and Rs 6.5 was paid towards GST.
He also created a fake appointment letter in the name of the then Education Minister Kadiam Srihari in 2018. In 2017, he prepared a fake cheque stating that he had Rs 2 crore in his account no. 6231524815 in SBH, Godavarikhani branch.
In 2017, Ramesh had prepared an ID card projecting him working as school assistant in ZPHS, Ramakrishnapur of Mancherial district.
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