Allegedly bribed by google, tata, powerful intelligence and security agency officials continue to betray, cheat and exploit their harmless btech 1993 EE classmate to enjoy free sex, get career promotion and other bribes. The mastermind of the fraud was the director of a domlur bengaluru company puneet, who cunningly and falsely claimed to know his btech 1993 EE classmate very well, so that he could steal her impressive resume for 5-6 lazy greedy mediocre well connected fraud women , and get all these fraud women lucrative R&AW/intelligence jobs with monthly salary, at the expense of his classmate who is not getting anything at all.
In reality the cunning fraud puneet was extremely status conscious and was least interested in communicating with his classmate. If he was honest, he would have said that he was not in touch his classmate, who is india’s largest female domain investor, and not use her name, resume, investment to get lucrative R&AW/CBI/intelligence jobs for his mediocre inexperienced fraud friends like siddhi, nayanshree hathwar, ruchika, veena, asmita patel, He should have got jobs for his friends with their own mediocre resume and not misused his btech 1993 EE classmates name to deny her opportunities, waste her time and money exposing the fraud.
Now others like j srinivasan, vijay, anish followed the footsteps of the fraud puneet in misusing the name of the single woman obc engineer and domain investor, stealing her resume, to get lucrative intelligence jobs for their friends for career promotion. The google, tata online fraud has now continued for 6 years since 2010, and the single woman obc engineer has endured great financial losses, loss of her reputation because of her fraud btech 1993 EE classmates who are making false claims, stealing her resume. However the shameless intelligence employees with a btech 1993 EE degree continue their online fraud ,refusing to admit their mistake, ruining the reputation of India in the process.
It is an indication of the poor systems in intelligence and security agencies that senior officials are allowed to get away with their complete online fraud