From one to another like a chain system, many groups and some units have invested lakhs of rupees in the Janajagarana Samiti Trust. The money came for four or five weeks and then stopped. If you go to office
Although it looks like a chain system..this is a new type of fraud. 10 thousand to join the company. In that you will get 1 gram of gold worth 5 thousand rupees. After that 500 rupees will be given every week. It means that after 10 percent deduction for TDS tax, it is said that the total amount will be 27000 rupees for 60 weeks at the rate of 450 rupees. If new people are joined like this, more gifts will be given. Moreover, even if oil is extracted from the Palli Missions and sold, they will get a lot of profit, and the agents who are active are given that job. All this goes on for five or six weeks. Only after that… they stop giving money. Crores of rupees already go into the accounts of Ketugals..what more..? One fine morning the board of that company turned.
Not somewhere…the suburbs of Hyderabad…now MedicalThis fraud came to light in Firjadiguda under the Madipally police station of the district. Last year, a man named Srikanth Jinnah and some others started the Janajagarana Samiti Trust in Peerjadiguda. Initially leaflets were published to attract customers. They hired local youths as agents and started their work. It is believed that if you buy only 10 thousand, you will get money in a short time along with one gram of gold. Those who joined as members were also entrusted with the responsibility of selling polymissions and oil packets. From one to another like a chain system, many groups and some units have invested lakhs of rupees in the Janajagarana Samiti Trust. The money came for four or five weeks and then stopped. When they go to the office, the victims say that they have been cheated as there is no one there.
The victims are expressing their grief that a man named Srikanth Jinnah was deceived into believing that he was a millionaire. The victims protested in front of the Jana Jagarana Samiti Trust. They want justice.
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