The Central Crime Branch (CCB) on Tuesday arrested Deputy Registrar of Anna University E. Parthasarathy for allegedly being a part of a job rip-off, alongside together with his son and others.
In 2019, Parthasarathy’s son Vishveshwar, 29, and his accomplices — Rajapandi of Perambur, Arumugam of Madurai and Raju of Villivakkam — have been arrested following a number of complaints of dishonest. An investigation revealed that Vishveshwar had issued faux appointment orders for jobs, together with the put up of the general public relations officer at Anna University, assistant engineers, junior engineers, junior assistant and workplace assistant posts at Tangedco, after taking ₹1 lakh to ₹15 lakh every. While Vishveshwar was the principle accused, the others labored as his brokers. The victims have been largely from Erode and Madurai. The police suspect the gang may need cheated youth from Chennai as properly.
“Following a probe, the involvement of Parthasarathy came to light. The offences were committed with his connivance. The accused are suspected to have cheated more than 100 job aspirants to the tune of ₹5 crore,” mentioned a police officer within the CCB. Parthasarathy was arrested and remanded in judicial custody after interrogation, the police mentioned.