Three Arrested for False Foreign Employment Promises

Three Arrested for False Foreign Employment Promises

KATHMANDU, NEPAL-Three people have been arrested by the police on charges of fraud for sending various individuals to different countries promising attractive salaries in foreign employment.

Among those arrested are Subhash Acharya, aged 38, residing in Ward No. 5, Shankarapur Municipality, Kathmandu, Mahendra Adhikari, aged 27, originally from Sindhupalchowk Indrawati Rural Municipality-4 and currently residing in Budhanilkantha Municipality-7, Kathmandu, and Ram maya Gurung, aged 39, originally from Jyamire, Jugal Rural Municipality-11, Kathmandu.

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During the arrests, it was revealed that Subhash had defrauded a victim by showing a fake offer letter claiming to send them to the UK for work and extorted NPR 1,680,000. Mahendra had defrauded NPR 1,200,000 by claiming to send the victim to Australia, and Rammaya had defrauded NPR 300,000 by promising to send the victim to the Maldives.

These arrests were made by the Kathmandu Metropolitan Crime Division from Minbhawan, and Subhash was arrested from Kathmandu, Mahendra from Jorpati, and Rammaya from Kalimati. Further investigation and action will be taken against them by the Foreign Employment Department for additional inquiry and prosecution.

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