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A youth resident of the West African country Burkina Faso appealed to Home Minister Anil Vij to take action in the fraud case of Rs.25 lakhs

November 29, 2023 04:44 PM

Chandigarh:  Hoping for justice from Haryana Home and Health Minister Sh. Anil Vij, a youth from the West African country Burkina Faso reached his residence in Ambala today and alleged a firm of Barwala (Panchkula) of fraud of Rs 25 lakhs.


Sh.Vij today redressing the greivances to people of the state at his residence in Ambala. While giving his complaint to Home Minister Anil Vij, a young man resident of Burkina Faso said that he needed a printing machine for his business and for this he had talked to Barwala's firm. The firm showed him the machine and promised to export it. The young man, resident of an African country, alleged that the firm managers took a total of Rs 25 lakh as advance from him on different dates, but after this neither the machine was exported nor did he get the amount back. Home Minister Anil Vij directed Panchkula Police Commissioner to investigate the matter.


Similarly, a family from Rewari alleged that the accused have not been arrested in the murder case of their brother. They alleged that only one accused has been arrested in the murder case, Home Minister Anil Vij ordered to constitute an SIT headed by the SP Rewari and directed to investigate the case.


In another case, the woman who came from Yamunanagar told Home Minister Anil Vij that her son has been murdered while no action is being taken in the matter by showing it as a road accident. She told that some youths were harassing his son and she suspected that is murder. The Home Minister directed Yamunanagar SP to constitute an SIT and investigate the matter.


Similarly, A woman from Yamunanagar alleged an agent based in Barara, Ambala of immigration fraud. Her allegation was that the agent asked for Rs 25 lakh to send his son to Canada, which she gave him. After this, instead of sending his son to Canada, he was sent to Cambodia and was told that from there his son would go to Canada. For this the agent asked for more amount which she did not give to him, but this his son returned. Now the agent is absconding after closing his office and mobile in Barara. The Home Minister instructed the SIT (immigration fraud) to investigate the matter.


Like this, the Home Minister gave instructions for action another cases, in which the former Sarpanch of Bada village of Ambala complained about the irregularities in meter reading, Ambala resident person got the revenue records corrected due to land dispute with relatives, Kurukshetra resident person asked for arrest of the accused in the assault case etc. were included.

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