Youth cautioned against fraud travel agents

Youth


DW BUREAU / Chandigarh Haryana Government has cautioned the general public, especially the youth, to beware of fraudulent unauthorized travel agents and agencies that are luring them for sending them abroad for education, employment and other purposes. People should contact travel agents and agencies authorized by the government to go abroad and inquire thoroughly before making any payments. Giving information about this, an official spokesperson said that people are constantly being made aware and cautioned to go abroad only through authorized travel agents and agencies by the state government. He said that it is often seen that many agents who cheat people in the name of sending money abroad are not registered, such fake or unauthorized agents publish and broadcast their advertisements in various publicity mediums, due to which the general public is fooled by them. They lose their hard earned money, property or ornaments etc. He said that unauthorized agents and agencies send the person willing to go abroad to some other country and place instead of the chosen country. In many such cases, sometimes the life of the person going abroad is also in danger. The state government has asked people to beware of such illegal travel agents and agencies and to go abroad only through agencies authorized by the government. He said that the list of travel agents and agencies authorized by the government has been released on the website of Haryana Police. (editor@dailyworld.in)




Related

Bulk Drug Park will be a big boon to state economy: CM
DW BUREAU / SHIMLA Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur while virtually addressing the members of State Pharmacy Council from Kasauli in Solan district

Sewerage treatment plant at Nawan Gaon soon: Anmol
DW BUREAU / mohali Punjab Tourism and Cultural Affairs, Labour, Investment Promotion and Grievance Redressal Minister Ms Anmol Gagan Mann today ins

18,000 teachers to be recruited soon in Haryana: Manohar Lal
DW BUREAU / chandigarh Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that 18 thousand teachers will soon be recruited in the schools of the state. Out