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Beware of the extortionists promising teaching appointments from the Minister of Education. If any information received about such people, inform the Ministry of Education immediately. .. – A message from the Ministry of Education

bribesThe information has been received by the Minister of Education, Sports and Youth Affairs Dullas Alahapperuma about a well-planned racket of obtaining money from the people in remote villages promising them to give teaching appointment in schools. Under this scam they have prepared fraudulent documents to mislead the people and charged Rs. 150,000/= to offer one teaching appointment. 

Soon after receiving this information from a Buddhist priest in a very confidential way, the Minister of Education conveyed it immediately to the Criminal Investigations Department. Consequently, two suspects involved in this racket have been taken into custody so far.   

The racketeers who had so obtained money from a young lady in Rajanganaya area promising a teaching appointment have told her and her parents that the offering of teaching appointments will be done by the minister himself today. It has been revealed now that the necessary information for this scam has been conveyed to the suspects by a group in the ministry itself. Furthermore, it is being revealed now during the last few years this extortion of money from the people by providing such false information has been occurred.  

The Ministry of Education is so vigilant on this matter and informs the public not to be cheated by any such a person or a group and as soon as they get any information about the cheaters who extort money giving such false promises to convey that information to the hot number 1988 of the Ministry of Education.    

 

 

The information has been received by the Minister of Education, Sports and Youth Affairs Dullas Alahapperuma about a well-planned racket of obtaining money from the people in remote villages promising them to give teaching appointment in schools. Under this scam they have prepared fraudulent documents to mislead the people and charged Rs. 150,000/= to offer one teaching appointment.

Soon after receiving this information from a Buddhist priest in a very confidential way, the Minister of Education conveyed it immediately to the Criminal Investigations Department. Consequently, two suspects involved in this racket have been taken into custody so far.  

The racketeers who had so obtained money from a young lady in Rajanganaya area promising a teaching appointment have told her and her parents that the offering of teaching appointments will be done by the minister himself today. It has been revealed now that the necessary information for this scam has been conveyed to the suspects by a group in the ministry itself. Furthermore, it is being revealed now during the last few years this extortion of money from the people by providing such false information has been occurred. 

The Ministry of Education is so vigilant on this matter and informs the public not to be cheated by any such a person or a group and as soon as they get any information about the cheaters who extort money giving such false promises to convey that information to the hot number 1988 of the Ministry of Education.   

 

 

 

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