Chandigarh: The top brass of Frankfinn Institute of Air Hostess Training, Sector 34, has been slapped with a criminal case for allegedly defrauding a youth of one lakh rupees on the promise of getting him a ‘bright’ job in some airlines.
Its centre head, Kamal Saini, director, Rakesh Aggarwal, and chairman, Kulwinder Singh, have been charged with breach of trust , cheating, criminal threat and criminal conspiracy. The police registered a case on the direction of a local court, where the complainant, Sandip, had moved an application in July alleging fraud and cheating by the institute.
Sandip said he was assured of a training course with a wide syllabus but the educational standards did not meet the institute’s claims. The institute, he added, had also assured him of a job. The police said he left the course midway in ‘disgust’ and wanted his money back. The centre denied it and its official allegedly threatened him with dire consequences when he persisted with his demands, the police said.
03/12/06 Times of India