Four Persons Involved In Cheating In The Name Of Fake Pharma Company Arrested

Araria : The Araria Police has arrested four members of an interstate gang that created a fake pharmaceutical company to manufacture fake products and commit fraud in the name of providing jobs. All four arrested accused are residents of Nalanda district. They were manufacturing medicines illegally by forming a company called KRS Multipro Private Limited near Araria Mahila College.

Police seized a laptop, scanner printer, appointment letters of 19 candidates with photos, four mobile phones, 8 bottles of Triphala juice, four bottles of Race Aloe Vera, medicines of various companies along with two seals to be put on the appointment letters and Other items from the office of the pharmaceutical company.

Giving information about the case, Araria SP Ashok Kumar Singh said today that on September 20, Nitish Kumar, resident of Parwalpur in Nalanda district, had lodged a written complaint in the city police station. In which he accused some people of Nalanda near Araria Mahila College of opening a fake pharmaceutical company named KRS Multipro Private Limited, manufacturing various types of pharmaceutical products and cheating people in the name of providing jobs in the company.

In this case, a complaint was lodged that an inter-state gang was involved in racketeering and cheating the complainant along with many other people and keeping them hostage in the name of job. On the basis of the written complaint, the city police took action. A raid was conducted in the office of the fake company from where a total of four members of the gang living from different places of Nalanda district were arrested.

Police recovered from the spot laptop, scanner printer, appointment letters of 19 candidates with photos, four mobile phones, 8 bottles of Triphala juice, four bottles of Race Aloe Vera, medicines of various companies along with two seals to be put on the appointment letters and other items. Recovered.

The arrested gang members include Abhishek Kumar of Mughal Bigha of Karai Parsurai in Nalanda district, father – Dinanath Singh, Deepak Kumar of Carpenter of Hilsa, father – Ranjit Prasad, Bablu Kumar of Harseni, Islampur, father – Rampravesh Yadav, Rohit Kumar of Daniwa of Ekangarsarai, father – Rakesh. Kumar is included. All of them are residents of Nalanda district and used to make fake medical products illegally and cheat the unemployed in the name of employment. Police are intensively interrogating all the arrested accused.

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