Cheating case against firms which promised airline jobs

September 16, 2017

Bengaluru: A case was filed against five individuals and two private firms on Thursday for allegedly cheating scores of people to the tune of over Rs 4 crore by promising them jobs in airlines, said police.
Six victims have lodged complaints and police are expecting more to approach them soon. The FIR names Flyeasy India and Shika Developers, which runs Flyeasy , and its management representatives Sanaulla Zulfiqur Ahmed Khan, Rajesh Embrahimkutty Beevi, Mohd Azee Nabeel Ali Baig, Sundaram Subramanian and Felix Thomas.
The complainants said the accused persons run Flyeasy India from the premises of Kempegowda International Airport and offered them training with stipend and jobs in airlines. They alleged that they paid Rs 37 lakh each to the firm three years ago, but the training stopped abruptly . While they didn’t get jobs, they were not returned the money too.
16/09/17 Times of India

One Response to Cheating case against firms which promised airline jobs

  1. Sara on September 24, 2017 at 10:15 am

    That’s really sad to hear.In the name of education, people are doing fraud, that too with students who are serious in making their career.

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