Former DPI, son held for immigration fraud of $1.6 million

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The local police have arrested a former DPI (Primary) and his son who, along with their US-based friend, were booked in an immigration fraud. The accused, Sadhu Singh Randhawa, who retired last year, had allegedly duped an employee of the Punjab Civil Secretariat, Harkamal Kaur, of Rs 75 lakh or 1,6 million dollars on the pretext of getting a permanent residency of Canada for her family.

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As the victim was interested in settling down in Canada with her family, Randhawa told her to invest money in a store in Canada to get the permanent residency of the country on its basis. The fraud came to light when Harkamal applied for visa on the basis of her investment last year and got to know from the Canadian High Commission that no such store existed there.

Read the full article at Tribune India.