Madhya Pradesh Special Task Force (STF) has busted a gang that defrauded over 50 women by promising jobs at the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) in Bhopal.
The Madhya Pradesh Police had received a complaint that some people are duping women by promising them jobs as nurses at the premier state-run hospital. The matter was then handed over to the STF.
After investigation, the STF arrested the leader of the gang Dilshad Khan, resident of Jabalpur and his associate Alok Kumar who is a resident of Bhopal.
Special Task Force ADG Ashok Awasthi said, "The gang has duped over 50 women so far by promising them to be recruited as a nurse in AIIMS, Bhopal."
Gang leader Dilshad Khan has 5 'wives'.
During interrogation, it was revealed that Dilshad Khan has five wives and he started duping people to meet the heavy expenses of his 'wives'.
Khan further revealed that one of his 'wives' runs a private clinic in Jabalpur while the other accused Alok Kumar's wife is a superintendent at a government girl's hostel.
While both the women are not related to the case directly, they are likely to interrogated about their role in the case.
According to the STF, the gang targeted educated women who were in need of a job.
STF is currently trying to find out the cities or villages of the women whom this gang preyed on.