Seven men have been arrested for defrauding over 900 people by promising them jobs and visas abroad. The accused individuals would open offices in Delhi and Noida, hire telecallers to contact victims, and deceive them into paying for medical check-ups, documentation, and consultancy charges. The mastermind of the racket, Inamul Haque Ansari, would create fake identities and bank accounts, as well as forge PAN and Aadhaar cards using fake stamps of school principals. The police seized multiple laptops, mobile phones, passports, and other incriminating evidence during the investigation.
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