EOW initiates probe in Bike Bot scam

first_imgNew Delhi: The Economic and Offences Wing (EOW) of Delhi Police has started their probe in Bike Bot scam. Police said that an FIR has been registered a case in this regard.The accused in the case used the name of Prime Minister’s employment scheme to dupe people. According to the police, the complainant in the case told that a gang duped her and other persons for nearly Rs 42,000 crore. More than 17 persons were named in the case. Additional Commissoner of Police (EOW) Suvashis Chaudhary said that they have registered a case in this regard and probe is going on. According to police, one Rajesh Solanki met the complainant and told her that if she work or invest in Gravit Investors promoter limited then she will earn monthly income. The complainant in the case first declined to work with Solanki but later the suspects in the case tried to lured the complainant by stating that people who are working with company are earning huge profits and if she invest money in Bike Bot Taxi scheme then she will Rs 10-15 thousand per month. Also Read – Bangla Sahib Gurudwara bans use of all types of plastic itemsThe complainant in the case also talked to one Sanjay Bhati who told her that her money will be safe with him. “The complainant were told by suspect to deposit money in the company so that she can earn Rs 10-15 thousand per month. There will no cheating with her, ” police said. Later, the complainant in the case interacted with several other persons who told her about the profit which she can earn after investing in the company. So the victim paid money and were duped. The money was more than 24 lakh. The suspect in the case talked about some bike which cost more then Rs 60,000 and after investing on the bike, they will earn more Rs 10-15 thousand, police said. Like this modus operandi more than 600 persons were cheated. Recently police arrested the franchise head of the infamous Bike Bot Taxi service. The director/owner of the company has also surrendered before the Surajpur court. Cops said that the company has duped over two lakh people from various states of India on pretext of double returns in one year. According to police, the accused were identified as franchise head Vijay Pal Kasana and director of the company Sanjay Bhati.last_img read more

Union announces plans to try to form a union at the National

TORONTO — Workers at Postmedia’s National Post newspaper have announced plans to try to form a union.CWA Canada says it’s working to organize the employees amid significant challenges in the media business.Postmedia has made significant cuts across its operations, including the National Post, in recent years as it has worked to slash costs.The unionization drive follows a controversy over bonuses paid to several top Postmedia executives while the company cut staff.“We see unionizing as the best way to protect both ourselves and our readers across the country, who suffer every time the newspaper loses a great reporter, photographer, editor or designer to a buyout or a better-paid job with a competitor,” the union’s organizing committee said in a statement.Postmedia (TSX:PNC.A, TSX:PNC.B) did not immediately respond to a request for comment.The National Post was launched in 1998.CWA Canada, which represents staff at news organizations including The Canadian Press, says the Post is Canada’s only major non-unionized newsroom.Postmedia Network Canada Corp., the newspaper’s parent company, reported a profit of $13 million in its most recent quarter, boosted by one-time, non-cash items including a $22.8-million gain related to changes in the company’s employee benefit plans and a decrease in impairment charges. The result compared with a loss of $23.7 million a year earlier.Revenue dropped to $194.0 million for the quarter ended May 31, down from $218.3 million in the year ago quarter. read more