Indian Cheaters Fooled London-Returned Doctor & Sold Him ‘Aladdin Ka Chiragh’ For Rs 2.5 Crore

Indian Cheaters Fooled London-Returned Doctor & Sold Him ‘Aladdin Ka Chiragh’ For Rs 2.5 Crore

India is a place where cultured and ignorant both are hoodwinked likely. According to the media official, ABS-CBN News Channel, Indian doctor duped into buying ‘ Aladdin ‘s lamp’ after genie show. How adeptly a doctor from London has been made a fool by locals is shocking! Indian Cheaters Fooled London-Returned Doctor & Sold Him ‘Aladdin Ka Chiragh’ For Rs 2.5 Crore.

Specifics of the odd-cum-rib-tickling felony

In a shocking incident in India’s Uttar Pradesh, two men cheated a London-returned doctor of Rs 2.5 crore. They sold him a gold lamp by calling it “Aladdin ka Chirag”. A man Laeek Khan loomed police in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh after he apprehended the lamp did not have any magical powers, as described in the popular folk tale about Aladdin and his wish-granting genie that appears when it is rubbed.

Amit Rai, a senior officer in Meerut told AFP

“The cheats had struck a deal for much more but the doctor had paid about seven million rupees ($93,000). The men were arrested on Thursday and were remanded in custody ahead of charges being filed. The wife of one of these men was also involved in the fraud. She is on the run. A complaint filed last Sunday, by Laeek Khan against the men pretended to be an occultist and made a “jinn” — a supernatural figure — appear from the lamp.”

Indian Cheaters Fooled London-Returned Doctor & Sold Him ‘Aladdin Ka Chiragh’ For Rs 2.5 Crore

Laeek Khan realized the circumvent he had gone through!

Nevertheless, Khan was so impressed by the oculist and requested him if he could touch the genie or take the lamp home, they snubbed him by saying it might be life-threatening for Laeek. Eventually, they sold the lamp to him, promising it would bring well-being and prosperity to him. Khan stated that he later realized the “genie” was actually just one of the men to dissimulate.

Police explicated the cheating culture prevailing in the society

“The men have also cheated other families using the same modus operandi. The total amount of money involved runs into several million rupees,”

According to reports by Indian media,

“Two men were later arrested for duping the doctor who had promised that it would bring him wealth and prosperity. Dr. Laeek Khan returned to India from the UK a few years back. He approached the police to register a bizarre complaint against the two men who pretended to be tantriks or occultists. They told him that the gold lamp would help him fulfill all his wishes and deep desires. They hypnotized me to believe and act in their favor. A jinn actually appeared in front of me, and it was the moment I got ravaged”

The canny demonstration of the illustration of The Arabian Nights

The con men also made out to conjure up spirits from the lamp. The female assistant is on run, who was thought to be the wife of one of the ploys.

Rip-offs like the Aladdin genie lamp and a mafia of double shah are highly common in the subcontinent.

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