Who Is Rasman Saridin and why was the Former religious teacher arrested?


Who Is Rasman Saridin and why was the Former religious teacher arrested?: A former religious teacher is making the headlines everywhere after being charged with misappropriating around S$60,000 from students. Yes, you read it right that a former religious teacher was charged on Wednesday. The news of her getting arrested has been surfacing all over the internet right now. The netizens have been responding to the teacher’s news and also criticizing her for her actions. After knowing about the arrest of the teacher, people have been searching to know more details related to the teacher’s arrest. In this article, we are going to give you some essential details about the arrest of the teacher. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com


Who Is Rasman Saridin?

As per the reports, a former religious teacher who reportedly misappropriated close to S$60,000 from students along with people who bought pilgrimage tour packages was charged on 06 April 2022, Wednesday for several crimes. The religious teacher who has been identified as Rasman Saridin is accused of misappropriating S$27,900 from 5 students between 2014 and 2017. They asked him for help to recruit for a Ph.D. course in Islamic studies at a foreign university, the police said in a news release.

Rasman Saridin Arrested

In the year 2019, he also allegedly misappropriated over S$32,000 from people who paid for pilgrimage tour packages. The police said, “He also allegedly forged an air ticket booking between Singapore and Jeddah (Saudi Arabia),” The teacher is accused of moving out of Singapore on several occasions between June 2018 and November 2019 as an undischarged bankrupt, without getting a permit from an official Assignee which administrators the events of a bankrupt. The cops also stated that Rasman is alleged of handled a company as an undischarged bankrupt.

Why was Rasman Saridin Arrested?

He was slapped with seven counts of criminal violating of trust, one count of falsification with the intention of cheating, two counts of traveling out of Singapore without the permission of the Assignee, and one count of managing a company as a discharged bankrupt. The crime of criminal violation of trust carries a jail term of around seven years. People who were found guilty of forgery with the intention of cheating get up to 10 years in jail and a fine. Violations of bankruptcy sanctions are punishable by a fine of up to S$10,000 each, a prison term of up to two years, or both. Stay tuned with us to catch all the latest updates.