The JNU student was caught in the act of cheating by pretending to be a fake adviser to the PMO


Bangla Hunt Desk: The student of Jawaharlal Nehru University was pretending to be a consultant to the National Security Council of India in the Prime Minister's Office. He also printed a visiting card to be an advisor to the PMO. One of the accused businessmen was tricked into sending a mask worth Rs 2.23 crore to Saudi Arabia. He issued a fake letter to send the mask abroad. IGI Airport Police have arrested accused Aniket Dey from Assam.

According to IGI Airport Police officials, East Delhi businessman Anuj Jain has a textile factory. When work stopped due to Corona, he started supplying masks. At that time he met Aniket Dey. The accused is said to have sent the young man to Saudi Arabia for Tk 3.23 crore. For this, Aniket also wants seven lakh rupees from Anuj. The businessman paid the accused about five lakh rupees. Musk's consignment arrives at the airport. The masks were allowed to be sent to Saudi Arabia by the Director General of Foreign Trade.

Give it to Aniket

Customs officials investigated the letter after suspicion arose. Customs Superintendent Pankaj Kumar lodged an FIR at IGI Airport on September 11 after the letter was proved to be fake. IGI Airport Inspector Bipin Kumar and Constable Hari Om's team arrested the fraudster Aniket Dey from Assam two days ago. Accused Aniket also took a car from businessman Anuj.

Aniket, a resident of Assam, has completed her graduation from Noida Amity University. He was doing MA in JNU. The accused is a cyber expert and he has also written a book. Police also recovered a fake visiting card of the PMO from the accused. During interrogation, the accused alleged that he had forged the letter of the Director General of Foreign Trade himself. It is alleged that the accused also threatened the customs officer to send the consignment of masks to Saudi Arabia as a fake adviser to the PMO.