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Three youth arrested for cheating job aspirant women

Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru(DC)

Bengaluru, Feb 10: Three youths were arrested by Bengaluru police for cheating women by promising jobs in the city.

Dinesh from Shravanabelagola, Prajwal from KR Pete and Kiran are the arrested. The police have rescued three women who were confined at a hotel room in Nelamangala.

According to police, the accused used to trap youngsters looking for jobs. They had opened an online website and asked job aspirants to fill online application named Locanto. Later, the accused forced them to indulge in flesh trade.

Three women, who refused to indulge in prostitution, were confined to a room in Nelamangala hotel. Based on credible information, Nelamangala town PSI Manjunath led team raided the hotel and rescued the women.

Further investigation is underway.

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    Mon, Feb 11 2019


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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Feb 11 2019

    Living off Women's Earnings ...

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  • Ilyas, Udupi

    Mon, Feb 11 2019

    Did not understand how the educated fell pray for these fraudsters. Look at there at there face they look like criminals. God save us.

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Mon, Feb 11 2019

    Another set of chors caught after 2014, almost daily chors are being caught...when chor party was there, these were flourishing...

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  • El En Tea, Mumbai

    Mon, Feb 11 2019

    Online cheating fraud...... What's happening in India after 2014

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  • Rampanna, Udupi

    Mon, Feb 11 2019

    @El En Tea, Mumbai,

    Not sure what is the relevance of 2014 to this particular case. .

    But last time I checked, Sec. 420 has existed in Indian Penal Code since 1860. So, surely cheating has existed in India at least for 150 years (if not more).

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  • Prashant Karkera, Hejamady/Mumbai

    Mon, Feb 11 2019

    Thank god, so many people came out of coma only after 2014, interpretation should be chors getting caught only after 2014 .... Before that they were fearless and getting shelter ....

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  • Santan Mascarenhas, Kinnigoli/Mumbai

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    Prostitution is not oldest profession, but oldest oppression. Prostitution is not an employment, since the body of a woman is not workplace.

    The people who live by prostitute's income are parasites of the lowest level. People who deal with the life and dignity of woman should be punished very harshly.

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  • Dooja, Kuwait

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    Looks like robbers...

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    Job aspirants should in first place simply findout thouroughly before giving a yes to a job.Nowadays there are enough such people luring women for a "Job"Be aware of such lions.

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