Canadian visa fraud case: man from India arrested by police

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Nadakkavu police arrested a person accused of cheating people of lakhs of rupees by promising them visas to Canada, Macau and China. The accused, Junaid, son of Muhammadali, is a native of Ayikkarappadi. He was remanded to judicial custody. According to Nadakkavu police, he has duped many persons and collected Rs15 lakh or 1,5 million dollars. Junaid duped Jineesh, a native of Thalakulathoor of more than 500,000 dollars after promising him a job with a lucrative salary in Macau. Several complaints have been filed against him with police. 

Read the full article at The New Indian Express