Duped by travel agent, Mangaluru youth serves jail phrase in Indonesia- The New Indian Express

By Convey News Company MANGALURU: A youth from Ullal who was seeking for a occupation

By Convey News Company

MANGALURU: A youth from Ullal who was seeking for a occupation in South Korea has alleged that he was cheated by a journey company and misplaced Rs 6 lakh a short while ago. Mohammed Niyaz, a diploma engineer from Ullal, filed a complaint towards the owner of a vacation company for using large sums of income making bogus promises of offering work opportunities in South Korea.

In a criticism filed with city police commissioner, the victim alleged that Shamshir Rizwan, owner of Mangaluru Tours and Travels in Bunder, took Rs 6 lakh from him. Abdul Azeez, Niyaz’s father, instructed The New Indian Categorical that his son, along with a few other from the district, were manufactured to remain in a small rented place in Indonesia.

“Shamshir promised my son a position in South Korea and also a work visa. He took all the essential paperwork and sought Rs 6 lakh for the visa. He explained to my son that he will get the career as a mechanical engineer with a Rs 2 lakh salary in a reputed enterprise soon right after he pays Rs 6 lakh. He took my son to Indonesia on a customer visa. We trustworthy him and paid Rs 3,50,000 in July 2019 and Rs 2,50,000 in February, 2020.

Niyaz stated that 3 other men and women from Mangaluru shared the area with him from February to September 2020. “In September, we had been arrested by the immigration officials and despatched to jail for 14 times on expenses of illegal staying. On the other hand, we were produced after a authorized battle.

My father has put in nearly Rs 8 lakh to aid me return to Mangaluru,” he explained, incorporating that Shamshir keep any lawful authority to provide manpower in Indonesia. “Shamshir was sharing a part of the dollars gathered from career seekers with a vacation agent in Indonesia. On January 21 this yr, he satisfied me in Ullal and promised to return only Rs 2 lakh,” he reported.