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Imposter Women Loot Public in Name of Ehsas Kafalat, Lottery Scheme

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Norowal Pakistan: A gang of two women in Narowal Pakistan has started a series of robberies in the name of Ehsaas Kafalat Lottery Schemes reported in DAWN News.

Fraudsters are tricking people in villages by making fake promises. They ask for Rs10,000 from each person and say they will give them Rs60,000 from the Ehsas Kifalat fund. They also pretend to help with paperwork and charge Rs10,000 for it. They lie and say they’ll give Rs70,000 from a lottery.

A lady named Asia Bibi was approached by these fake women. They told her she won Rs70,000 in a lottery. They took Rs10,000 from her and said she could get her prize from a bank. But they never came back.

Another lady named Gulshan Bibi also lost Rs10,000 to these fraudsters. They told her she could get Rs6,000,000 every month. They made her put her thumbprint on a fake paper.

People in the area like Muhammad Akram and Muhammad Rizwan Butt said these fraudsters targeted many women. People complained to the police, but nothing happened.

The affected women and others want the Caretaker Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi and Inspector General of Police Dr Usman Anwar to stop these fraudsters.


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