Police today busted a Gulf country job racket by arresting three persons and seized over 200 passports from them.
Based on credible information, the sleuths of Commissioner’s Task Force, (North Zone) nabbed the agents who were cheating the unemployed youth and carrying the business of recruitment for deployment of Indian workers with foreign companies without any permission from Protector General of Emigration, Ministry of overseas Indian Affairs, police said.
Police seized 205 passports, bio-data forms of the customers from the possession of accused B V Ratnaiah, J Srinivas Rao (both agents) and G Suryanarayana, who is running Master Manpower corporation at Secunderabad here.
Efforts are on nab three other absconding accused including M Mutthalifu, chairman of MM International Consultancy (recruiting agency), based in Tamil Nadu, Tajuddin, Manager of MM International Consultancy and an employee of the agency Naseer, they said.
The accused persons Rathanaiah and Srinivas, who are residents of West Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh, were recruiting employees for foreign country jobs without any valid license from the authorities concerned and cheating the unemployed youth by posing that they are licensed agents to carry on the this business with foreign companies and were collecting huge amount ranging between Rs 75,000 to 1 lakh from each aspirant, police said.