An organization called Shah Abdul Malek Hajj Caravan in Cox’s Bazar has been accused of cheating various people. Meanwhile, the chairman of that institution identified Md. Omar Farooq has stolen 16 lakh 35 thousand taka by giving Umrah visa. He provided tickets to Saudi Arabia but canceled the flight. Turn off the mobile. No one was found when they went to their office at Hotel Tajsebastha behind the Sadar police station. The door is locked. The whereabouts of Omar Farok, the owner of Shah Abdul Malek Hajj Caravan, have not been found. The long-awaited Umrah Haj pilgrims expressed their anger. Meanwhile, a victim named Mohammad Ismail has given a written statement to the Sadar Model Police Station. He is the son of the deceased Zafar Alam of Fisherypara, Nunyarchhara in the middle of the city. Mohammad Ismail is alleged to have hung the signboard of a travel agency named Shah Abdul Malek Hajj Kafela in a room on the 3rd floor of Hotel Tajseba located behind Sadar Police Station in the name of providing services such as Hajj, Umrah, visa processing, sale of air tickets etc. Promotes advertising. Attracted by that, I paid 6 lakh taka for Umrah visa for 11 people from 5 families including my mother, wife and son. Similarly, my neighbor Md. Ishaq 2.5 lakh taka, Abdur Rahim 3 lakh 70 thousand taka, Ekhtiar Uddin 2 lakh 70 thousand taka. , Mumtaz Uddin paid Tk 1 lakh 45 thousand. Shah Abdul Malek mentioned Hajj caravan on the signboard, but against the money received from us, he gave a receipt in the name of Peaceful Hajj caravan. The head office of the organization is Chittagong. The victim, Md. Ishaq, said that on October 17, Md. Omar Farooq showed us the flight of Saudia and provided us with tickets. But on October 15, the ticket was suddenly cancelled. If in doubt, go to the office on October 16 and ask for the refund of Tk 16 lakh 35 thousand paid to us. He refused to return the money. Various talbahanas started. Another office next to him is Islami Unix Multipurpose Cooperative Society Ltd. Its chief, Chayid Mia, was in charge for a while. Then he was taken away from us. In the meantime, the office was locked and both of them ransacked. In this regard, police station duty officer SI Kamruzzaman said, we have received a complaint in this regard. Fast legal action is underway. However, the accused Md. Omar Faruk’s mobile phone was not found even after repeated attempts.