The Crime Branch of Guwahati Police registered a case on Friday for fraud and other related charges, and detained the saffron party activist, they said.
Cyberabad police, on Friday, arrested a job consultant who swindled several young job seekers of crores of rupees.
A Revenue Inspector (RI) and two others were arrested on Friday for allegedly duping job seekers and swindling about Rs 1.50 crore in Ranipet.
Trusting the accused, the complainant along with a few others transferred `84 lakh to Sharjeel’s account.
The sinking job market has resulted in aspirants innocently seeking employment on fake job websites that rob them of their money
A fortnight ago, 32 people had approached the union office and were taken to the GRP police station on Platform Six.
According to the police, the victims - Ramanjaneyulu, Sri Vinay Kumar and Sri Harish - lodged a complaint stating that they were cheated by the duo with offers of jobs in Tech Mahindra.
A case was registered at Badagada police station on Monday following which police released photograph of the accused on its Twitter handle to alert citizens.
The victim, Sanjukta Khadia, fell prey to posters pasted in the town inviting applications for jobs in the airline.
The case was registered following a complaint by Mohmmad Hanief of Karmara alleging that he was duped by the accused of Rs 7,44,000 on the pretext of arranging a government job for him.
One Y Srinivas filed a complaint against Deepthi, alleging that she had collected Rs 4 lakh from him promising a government job and failed to repay the amount.
Lured by the story, Shankar paid him the amount, after which Hariprasad prepared a fake ID card for Shankar.