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Coimbatore

Probe foreign jobs racket: PMK

Covai Post Network

Coimbatore : The PMK youth wing on Wednesday urged the police department to create a separate team to investigate and attend to the complaints about fraudulant companies who cheat job aspirants by making false promises of jobs abroad.

In a petition submitted to the City Police Commissioner Sumit Saran, PMK youth wing in-charge, Ashok Srinidhi, claimed that many such companies had cheated youths, who wanted to work abroad, by taking huge money.

Stating that the cheated youths had claimed that complaints were not registered at police stations, he said the department should provide. separate telephone number and also social media like WhatsApp so that they can lodge the complaints.

He said such companies have been flourishing for the last few years by cheating hundreds of youths of lakhs of rupees. Some of the youths land in companies which pay lowest salary and make them work as virtual slaves there.

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