Sought donations to wait on a needy family however transferred money to their very occupy accounts
Two folk, who had been working an NGO by the title Hyderabad Early life Braveness, had been arrested on Wednesday for allegedly in the hunt for donations to wait on the family of a chronically-sick person however diverting the funds to their deepest monetary institution accounts.
The Chandrayangutta police and sleuths of the South Zone Job Pressure, who apprehended the accused, identified them as Salman Khan (29), a resident of Humayun Nagar, and Syed Ayub (31), a resident of Borabanda.
The duo trot the Facebook page Hyderabad Early life Braveness. Police acknowledged that they posted videos of households who had been in dire circumstances and appealed to the general public for funds.
The duo allegedly posted a video of a chronically-sick person by the title Yasmeen Sultana, who later died, and sought funds to wait on her family. The video displayed the story small print of Asra Begum. After receiving funds, Asra Begum allegedly transferred ₹15 lakh into Salman’s story, and one other ₹15 lakh into the story of Rashed, who, police acknowledged, used to be Salman’s relative. The last quantity allegedly used to be retained in her occupy story.
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A few days ago, Salman posted a video on the Hyderabad Early life Braveness Facebook page asserting innocence and acknowledged that he had raised the funds to financially proper the family of the deceased.
Closing month, Salman and Ayub had been arrested by the Panjagutta police for allegedly rising a ruckus at a non-public smartly being facility in Banjara Hills demanding that a COVID-19 particular affected person be treated there.
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