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College clerk booked for duping student of Rs40,000

gurgaon Updated: Feb 14, 2012 00:57 IST
HT Correspondent

A fraud case has been registered against a clerk of a Manesar-based private college on directions of a local court. A student had moved court after the area police refused to register a case against the college authorities.

According to complainant Rekha Singh, accused Suraj Singh Malik allegedly charged Rs40,000 for getting her an attendance and bus service clearance.

When both promises were not fulfiled, the girl asked for a refund but the clerk refused to entertain her.

The Bachelor of Education (BEd) student complained to the police a couple of times but no action was taken.

The college is situated in Panda village near Manesar and Singh claims the management was aware of Malik's misdoings but refused to pay back the amount.

A resident of Prem Nagar in Gurgaon, Singh finally moved court and a case was registered on Sunday evening.

Several thefts rock Gurgaon

Several theft cases were reported on Monday.

Hali, a resident of DLF City Phase 1, lodged a complaint that R1 lakh cash and jewellery were stolen from his house on Sunday. Satbir Singh, a Jind resident, filed a complaint against Rahul and Sandeep for stealing his purse which had R18,000 cash, credit cards and his ID cards. In sector 29, a security agency lodged a complaint of theft of Rs25,000. Dayanand Sharma, also reported theft at his factory. HTC