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Posing as minister's relative, man dupes Malout resident

Posing as minister's relative, man dupes Malout resident

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Muktsar, September 8

A day after the police arrested a man for allegedly posing as an Officer on Special Duty to Cabinet minister Dr Baljit Kaur and attempting to dupe a man of Rs 10 lakh by promising a government job, another such incident came to light today. Now, a man has cheated a Malout resident of Rs 22,500 by introducing himself as minister’s “husband” over the phone.

Acting on a complaint lodged by Deepak Kumar, the Malout City police have registered a case against Bhalinderpal Singh, who is reportedly in Mumbai. Deepak said a man introduced himself as a gunman of the minister on a phone on September 3 and told him to talk to the minister’s husband Daljit Singh.

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