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‘All India Pregnant Job Service’: Bihar Gang Offering Rs 13L To Men For Impregnating Women Busted, 8 Held

Participants were instructed to deposit a security amount, varying from INR 5,000 to 20,000, depending upon how 'attractive' the woman was. 

Representative image of a pregnant lady.
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Eight people have been arrested in Nawada, Bihar, for their involvement in a scheme where they offered Rs 13 lakh to men for impregnating women who have been unable to bear a child.

The eight scammers ran their racket under the name of "All India Pregnant Job Service". 

The accused would contact interested men on social media, presenting them with an 'opportunity' to earn in lakhs, according to media reports, citing the police.

Interested men were required to pay a registration fee of INR 799 after expressing their willingness to participate. Post-registration, the accused would share the images of women, and ask them to choose a woman whom they wished to impregnate.

Participants were instructed to deposit a security amount, varying from INR 5,000 to 20,000, depending upon how “attractive” the woman was. 

Victims were allegedly assured a 'prize money' of INR13 lakh upon the successful completion of conception. Additionally, even in cases of failure, participants were promised a 'consolation prize' of INR 5 lakh.

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