If you give white, there is no mud, what is the fear of yam – a common saying. This means that such an innocent person has no fear of being interrogated by the law enforcement agencies. But if it is like that all the time, it can be the opposite. One such incident took place in Nanakaramgura, a commercial district of Hyderabad, in the Indian state of Telangana.
According to Indian news agency IANS, a group of five people entered a house in Nanakaramgura posing as income tax officials. They want permission to look at the whole house for the sake of investigation. At one stage, they fell from the house with three kilograms of gold ornaments and two lakh rupees. Housewife Bhagyalakshmi lodged a complaint with Gachibouli police station the day after the incident on Monday.
Bhagyalakshmi said that the people wanted permission to enter the house in such a way that they did not have any doubt in their minds. He trusted them as income tax officials and handed them the keys to the cupboard. At one stage they left with three kilograms of gold ornaments and two lakh rupees. Bhagyalakshmi said she later realized she had been cheated.
This is not the first case of such fraud in Telangana. In April this year, Telangana’s Mancherial district police arrested a 22-year-old student named Barla Laxminarayan for cheating. The young man deceived himself by introducing himself as the joint collector of the district. According to police, Laxminarayan snatched Rs 60 lakh from 29 people for offering them government jobs. He used the money to buy two cars, a motorcycle and a house.
Earlier in March, Hyderabad police arrested a man named Sudhakar. Police say the man identified himself as a personal assistant to the Telangana chief minister. In this identity, Sudhakar snatched three crore rupees from 80 to 100 people by showing greed for government house, job in police department and giving gold at low price.