By Express News Service

CHENNAI: A hearing and speech-impaired man has been accused of cheating several persons in the community to the tune of Rs 2 crore through a scheme that promised double the investment. However, the man at the centre of the allegations, Santhosh Kumar, refuted the charges and submitted a complaint at the police commissionerate blaming another person, Sharan Thambi, for the fraud. 

A delegation representing the victims met police officials of the Economic Offences Wing on Thursday to register their complaints. According to the complaint, the man, Santhosh Kumar, has been running an organisation for community members. 

As he was able to communicate proficiently with speech and hearing-impaired persons, Kumar attracted investments from them and allegedly collaborated with Thambi, a resident of Thane in Maharashtra, for running the investment scheme. The complaint said that the scheme…

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