The kingpin of the racket, a Kolkata-based scamster, was nabbed red-handed three days ago by a team of the Government Railway Police (GRP) of Bengaluru from a hotel in Pune.
Though the agent, charged Rs 1.1 lakh for welder jobs he promised not less than Rs 1 lakh per month salary, the salary paid not more than Rs 50,000 a month.
Felix was booked based on a complaint lodged by Firoz of Kollam alleging that the accused cheated him by promising him the job of a nurse at Doha International School after taking Rs 2 lakh.
Jobin Manuel, 28, of Kottayam, was arrested on May 16 by Palarivattom police for impersonating a naval officer who promised jobs at the naval base.
S Ram Gopal duped people by promising to provide them jobs in the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
The petition prayed for a directive to the police officer to conduct a proper, fair and thorough enquiry on the job scam in the Secretariat.
The allegation is that the SR authorities from the northern states have hampered the recruitment process for the posts like helper, peon, sanitary worker, trackman and gang man.