A 38-year-old lawyer belonging to Chankyapuri in Ahmedabad, Gujarat filed a police complaint against someone who allegedly pretended to be a member of the human rights commission and duped him of Rs 1.3 lakh, as per TOI.
According to police, the accused has been identified as Ramakant Sahu.
According to the complainant, Sahu promised to provide him loans under ‘Prime Minister Swarojgar Yojana’.
The complainant said that he was facing a financial crunch in the midst of the pandemic and opted to take loans.
So he checked several places out. That’s how he met Sahu.
The accused told him that he worked in ‘Krishna Solution’ and was working on Prime Minister Swarojgar Yojana.
Sahoo said he helped people get loans and Ketan paid Rs 55,000 as the ‘proposer amount’ for a loan of Rs 15 lakh.
On July 26, Sahu called the complainant and asked if anyone else in the family needed a loan too.
The complainant applied for a loan for his father.
The accused promises they would be cleared by August 8.
He also gave them an Axis Bank cheque if the loans did not clear.