Patna bikers gang offers jobs, passion for crime key eligibility

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Patna bikers gang offers jobs, passion for crime key eligibility

Bikers gang offers job opportunities, asks candidates having lust for crime to apply

An advertisement regarding a job vacancy in Patna has sent the police department into a tizzy for the last two days. The advertisement doing the rounds on social media is for recruitment in the world of crime. In this case, the recruiters are the various bikers gang operating in the city looking for fresh talent to join them.

Biker gangs like Kings of Patna and Mines, with a criminal background, have taken to social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp offering jobs to interested candidates in their gang. Interested candidates have been asked to leave a comment or inbox them on the Facebook page.

The job vacancy advertisement also speaks of preference to candidates who have a criminal bent of mind and are interested in committing a crime.

Surprisingly, within 31 minutes of this job advertisement appearing on the social platform Facebook, it received 8 likes and various comments. One of the comments from an interested candidate said "Humko Karna hai".

It may be mentioned that most of the members of biker gangs Kings of Patna and Mines hail from the rich and elite background and often drive swanky and costly bikes. They also indulge in crime like chain snatching, loot, theft and eve-teasing in the city.

A couple of months back Patna police carried out a drive against the bikers gang and arrested two dozen bikers in connection with various crimes. Lately, there have been a couple of incidents of shootouts that took place in the state capital between rival gangs.

Patna police have taken cognizance of this job vacancy advertisement and have begun investigating the matter. SSP Manu Maharaj said, "The police is trying to identify people who have posted this advertisement on social media platform".

It appears that because of the drive that was carried out against the bikers gang in which two dozen bikers were arrested and now in jail, they want to regroup themselves and therefore looking for fresh talent.

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