Saturday, June 13, 2020

Jawahar Balakrishnan Alias Chilukuri Jawahar Balakumar Alias Jawahar Shukra - A Serial Cheater and A Serial Fraudster for Years


He called himself a serial entrepreneur on social media😑

Calling him names like serial abuser, serial ‘husband’, and a serial absconder, this man married women through matrimonial sites, lured them into giving him huge sum of money, sexually abused and exploited them and finally absconded – he has been into this for quite a few years now.

This is the story of Jawahar Shukra alias Jawahar Balakumar, a man who has several cases of cheating and fraud against him – dating back to at least 2013.


In his speeches, Jawahar Balakumar – alias Jawahar Shukra – sounds like your regular, mediocre tech bro. “There’s no RR, there’s no Merc, there’s no Audi – nothing. Even Ambassador is Ambassador, even a Padmini is a Padmini, even RR is RR. Everyone has their own unique identity, so you put up your identity outside, that is what I always say to all,” he declared, to applause, at the Impact tech fest held at JNTU Hyderabad in January 2017. “If someone says you’re good for nothing, say yes, I’m good for nothing. At least I’m useful for that,” he added. Like most ‘motivational content’, his words seem to have impact when heard by a crowd of teenagers – but on a closer look, make zero sense. 




TNM has found that Jawahar – who has married and cheated several women over the years – has also cases against him alleging that he looted lakhs of rupees along the way from investors and acquaintances. But a lack of interstate coordination between several police departments has meant he went scot free for years on end.

The earliest case TNM could trace against Jawahar dates back to 2013, in Chennai.


Mudasir (name changed) had moved from Dubai to Chennai in 2011 to set up a vocational training institute to train young people in the field of optometry. “I had been living in the Middle East for many years, working in the optometry field. I wanted to do something meaningful back in India, having been born and raised in Chennai. I set up a social enterprise that trains young people from socially and economically backward communities, who could not complete their high school education. It was a non-profit enterprise, so I did not demand money from the students. As the cost of running became high and my other revenue sources waned, towards the end of 2012, I decided to rent out some of the institute space in Periyamedu. That is when I first met Jawahar, or Jack,” says Mudasir, revealing another alias that the fraudster used.

‘Jack’ had responded to Mudasir’s ad, seeking a space to set up his mobile recharge business ‘RJ Ezy Recharge’. “He had a way of creating a sense of trustworthiness about him,” says Mudasir.

According to Mudasir, Jawahar set up a call centre and sales team for his recharge business, and paid the rent for the first couple of months. “I was impressed with the way he ran his operations, hiring staff and managing them efficiently. It’s a different story that eventually none of them got their salaries,” says Mudasir.


Once the business appeared to be running successfully, Jawahar allegedly approached Mudasir, asking him to be his partner. “He said he had businesses in Bengaluru and needed to travel to Mysuru, Kerala etc. often for work, so he needed someone to oversee his business in Chennai. The business seemed to be doing quite well, so I agreed and gave him Rs 10 lakh. I even roped in my brother, who gave him Rs 7 lakh, and a few other friends. In total, he must have taken around Rs 60 lakh from me and my acquaintances.”


But within three months, Mudasir says things began to change. The recharges had begun to fail, and he was left responsible to deal with people’s complaints, while ‘Jack’ stayed away making excuses, saying he was travelling for work. “After a point, he stopped responding and I realised he had absconded, leaving his failed business to me. It was difficult to file a complaint with the police. The cyber crime police offered help by providing his call records and other details, but we were still unable to trace him,” he says.


“We filed a case, and he was arrested. But he got out on bail, missed the court summons, jumped his bail and disappeared. After this experience, I became very disillusioned and returned to Dubai,” says Mudasir.



The motivational startup founder

The next we hear of Jawahar is in 2015, when he married Mamata (name changed) in Chennai, and absconded soon after. He then married Parvathi (name changed) in Hyderabad in November 2016.


And in December the same year, he conducted a startup event in Guru Nanak Institute of Technology in Hyderabad. According to Uday Kumar, who was a B Tech student at AVNIET college in Hyderabad, “Many engineering students attended the event. He said he was an eminent businessperson and venture capitalist, looking for startup ideas to invest in. Many of my friends fell for his lies. He took amounts ranging from Rs 50,000 to Rs 2 lakh from students, saying it was some kind of fees for initial processes and paperwork. They never saw him or their money again.”


Jawahar also visited a few other institutes, including KL University in Guntur, Rathinam College in Coimbatore and JNTU Hyderabad, where he attended the college tech fest ‘Impact’, presenting himself as a venture capitalist looking to meet startup aspirants. Here, he met Ramya and Vinay (names changed), two unsuspecting students whom he later used to cheat Anu (name changed), and build her trust.

It is on Anu’s complaint that Jawahar is currently in prison – he had met her on a matrimonial site, and at one point he introduced Ramya and Vinay to Anu as his sister and her fiance. But Jawahar was unrelated to them. “The couple had met him at Impact Fest in JNTU Hyderabad in 2017. Since Ramya and Jawahar belong to the same community (Choudhury), Jawahar informally called her his sister, so she didn’t suspect anything right away. Only later did the three of us realise his motives,” Anu tells TNM.



The co-working con

In mid-2017, some of Jawahar’s crimes were catching up with him. While Mamata had filed a complaint against him in Chennai in May, Parvathi filed a case against him in Hyderabad in June.

Bhaskar (name changed) met Jawahar through an old schoolmate called Vivek (name changed), in June 2017. “Vivek had told me a lot about Jawahar. He told me he had been working for him as a manager. Vivek was completely in awe of him. He truly believed that Jawahar was some kind of a genius visionary entrepreneur,” says Bhaskar.


“I have an MBA but I earn money through odd jobs and farming. I was looking to open a franchise store,” says Bhaskar.


According to Bhaskar, Jawahar offered him an ’investment opportunity’ worth Rs 10 lakh. When Bhaskar said it was a huge amount for him, Jawahar turned impatient and told him that if he couldn’t arrange the money within a couple of days, he could find many other investors. “He behaved like he was doing me a favour. He told me I would get monthly returns of Rs 1 lakh. He told me all these magical stories and unfortunately, I ended up trusting him,” says Bhaskar.


Bhaskar says that he borrowed money from a few friends and arranged Rs 10 lakh within a week. “He made a huge fuss about having to sign some documents at the Sub Registrar Office, but we didn’t do any of that. He wanted me to use a cash deposit machine to transfer the money. Things were starting to seem strange but I was already in too deep by then,” Bhaskar says.

“At one point, Jawahar noticed that I was becoming suspicious, and afraid that I might influence Vivek, he took me to Delhi. He said he had bought some property to be rented as co-working spaces, which according to him was going to be the next big thing. Actually, it was this really cramped building near Vikas Marg. He left me there and went to Hyderabad because his wife Parvathi had filed a police complaint against him. I was really depressed and barely had money to buy food,” says Bhaskar.


This was when Jawahar was arrested by the Alwal police in June 2017 Parvathi’s case. According to Bhaskar, Jawahar went to Hyderabad, where he was arrested, and then got out on bail and returned to Delhi. “He came back and told me he needed Rs 2.5 lakh to transfer the Rs 10 lakh I had earlier given him in the form of shares. Then he showed me an email about some savings scheme where he had invested Rs 80 crore, which had now appreciated to Rs 300 crore. He told me he needed Rs 5 lakh more to pay some fees to be able to collect the amount, from which he promised to give me Rs 1.7 crore. I was very reluctant to give money but he was very coercive and convincing,” he says.



Bhaskar claims that Jawahar took Rs 17 lakh from him in total. After repeatedly asking Jawahar to return the money, including several unpleasant exchanges and threats from Jawahar to back off, Bhaskar only received Rs 50,000 in June 2018. “Even Vivek lost Rs 35 lakh to him, and Vivek’s in-laws lost another Rs 35 lakh. After Vivek and I filed a complaint at the Whitefield police station in December 2018, he called me and threatened to finish me off with all his political connections. Finally, he sent us Rs 9 lakh through his lawyer and asked us to withdraw our complaints. I kept hoping he would return more money, but Anu called me in March and told me he was arrested,” says Bhaskar.

When the crimes started closing in

In February 2018, Radhika (name changed) says Jawahar met her brother, a multiplex manager, in Coimbatore. “He would call my brother to book screens for private viewings and parties. After meeting a few times, he took my brother to a coffee shop and told him that he was an eminent businessman owning almost 90 hotels around the world. He told him he was opening an eatery in California and was planning to hire a staff of 70 members. He wanted to hire my brother as a staff trainer and manager, since he was in a similar job at the multiplex. He promised to arrange his visa and tickets and took Rs 6.5 lakh from him. He took Rs 2 lakh at first, but then he kept making excuses for delays and kept asking for more money giving different reasons.”

Radhika, who lives in the US, says she saw Jawahar’s videos on the internet and thought he seemed trustworthy. She sent the money her brother asked for, hoping he would be able to move to the US and work there. “Slowly, I grew suspicious because no progress was happening, and we had given him a lot of money. I became a little suspicious and looked him up again online. I saw a post against him on a consumer complaint forum, and realised my suspicions were right. I broke down crying,” says Radhika.


The post that Radhika had found was made by Mudasir back in 2013, when Jawahar was on the run after cheating him.


Radhika says she didn’t want him to find out that she had discovered the truth, because she was afraid he would block her and her brother and abscond again. “My brother went to the Peelamedu police station and filed a complaint, but it didn’t help. I stayed in contact with him, pretending I had friends who needed help with their visas. He confidently said he would get the job done within Rs 2 lakh. When we spoke, I realised he knew nothing about even the types of visas that exist.”

“Finally, we hired a Private Investigator who got us his call data records. It was not ethical or legal, but we were left with no other choice. The police said that all our emails and bank transactions and WhatsApp screenshots did not constitute enough evidence. I contacted a few other men and women whom he had cheated. Once he realised we were closing in on him, he got upset and threatened and abused us, but he eventually got scared and returned our money. He returned the last instalment in June 2018,” says Radhika.



TNM spoke to two other men, Madhav and Prakash (names changed), who were also victims of Jawahar’s financial fraud. Madhav, who was forced to buy a second hand Audi for Jawahar and was promised to be made a business partner in return for his investments, claimed a loss of Rs 64 lakh in a complaint to the Chennai Commissioner of Police. Prakash, who rented his hotel properties in Ulsoor to Jawahar in early 2018, has filed a complaint with the Halasuru police station claiming losses over a bounced check worth Rs 12.8 lakh.

In spite of a considerable online presence, Jawahar repeatedly escaped from the police, making tall claims and having people believe them. He even seems to have registered a company called Jawahar Shukra Ventures India Private Limited. He got away with dropping names of powerful politicians and celebrities, claiming he was related to them.

And yet, despite all of these complaints and testimonies, Visakhapatnam III Town CI says that the investigation against Jawahar is being carried on Anu’s complaint alone.


According to Seema Agarwal, Additional Director General of Tamil Nadu State Crime Records Bureau, a database of all complaints filed in the past against an accused is available to all police stations. “For the past four to five years, police stations are able to access past FIRs filed against any accused, based on name searches. The name has to match exactly, so they may have to try all possible combinations and spellings. While police may not always search for records from other states, it is certainly expected that they do a search of records within the state,” says Seema.


Which raises the question of why police officials in Chennai, Hyderabad, and other cities did not do the same.


ST Ramesh, former Karnataka DGP, says that the way forward would ideally be to publicise the accused’s information and invite any other grievances, including complaints that have already been registered. “The database may not be entirely comprehensive and foolproof. If the incident is properly published by the police who have arrested him, information about other cases can come to light. Then, the CID’s of each state can conduct an integrated investigation of cases from within their state, exchange information with CIDs of the other states, and file the comprehensive reports to courts in respective jurisdiction,” ST Ramesh said.


Anu says she has been trying her best to take the case to central investigation agencies so that an integrated investigation can be carried out based on all of Jawahar’s crimes across states, and his victims are accorded justice. It certainly seems that without active involvement and initiative of the state agencies concerned, con men like Jawahar may be able to get away with their crimes time and again with impunity.

32-year-old Jawahar Shukra is in jail for harassing a woman from Andhra Pradesh, whom he met on a matrimonial site. But this is just the tip of the iceberg.


On his Facebook page, Jawahar Shukra – alias Jawahar Balakumar – calls himself a ‘serial entrepreneur’. But the women whom he’s cheated and swindled over the past four years describe him as a serial abuser, serial ‘husband’, and a serial absconder.


In March this year, Jawahar Shukra was arrested by Andhra police, and the 32-year-old is currently lodged in the Vishakhapatnam Central Jail, for sexual assault, criminal intimidation, cheating, and dishonestly inducing delivery of property. The IPC sections barely cover the astounding nature of his crimes however. For at least four years now, he has been allegedly meeting women on matrimonial sites, marrying them, getting them to give him large sums of money, sexually exploiting them, and then absconding – only to rinse and repeat with another woman.



One of his recent victims is Anu (name changed), a 29-year-old bank employee from Andhra Pradesh who met him on Bharat Matrimony in August 2018. According to Anu, Jawahar told her that he wanted to marry her, and allegedly borrowed around Rs 18 lakh from her, citing a variety of reasons – from potential business investments to severe illness. As Jawahar’s stories slowly became suspiciously grandiose, Anu started to inquire about him. She eventually discovered that not only was Jawahar allegedly married multiple times already, but had also exploited and swindled many more women, each time with a similar modus operandi.

Cheated and abandoned in Chennai


The earliest case of Jawahar’s manipulation that Anu could trace was to May of 2015 – when he married a woman called Mamata (name changed) in Chennai.



Mamata had registered a complaint with the Chennai police in June 2017 against ‘Jawagar Balakumar’. TNM has a copy of this complaint that explains how she got married to Jawahar against her parents’ wishes, and was later verbally and physically abused by him when she questioned why they were living in a hotel room instead of a house.
Jawahar allegedly told Mamata that he owned a chain of hotels and restaurants in Chennai in the name of Jawahar Shukra Groups, and claimed that since he was facing troubles in his business, he could not get them a house. He then began to insist that Mamata bring money from her mother, allegedly physically abusing her when she refused, and insisting he would return the money within a month. Mamata was allegedly forced to bring Rs 6.5 lakh in cash, and jewellery worth more than Rs 3 lakh from her mother.

When they eventually moved to a flat, Mamata found out that he was involved with many other women, and had cheated many people in the name of business investments. Whenever Mamata questioned his actions, he allegedly physically abused her and threatened to harm her family.

The couple moved to Salem where the alleged abuse and dowry demands continued. When Mamata found out that she was pregnant, he allegedly forced her to take pills to induce an abortion.

In August 2016, Jawahar told Mamata he had a business meeting in Bengaluru – and went absconding. At first, he told her he was having problems with his business and his return would be delayed. He then blocked her on Facebook, WhatsApp, and other communication platforms. When Mamata tried to contact him after giving birth to their child in February 2017, she found out that he had married another woman called Parvathi (name changed) in Hyderabad in November 2016.

The Hyderabad hoodwink

TNM has accessed a complaint filed by Parvathi with the Alwal police in May 2017, against ‘Chilukuri Jawahar Balakumar’, alleging physical abuse, cheating, concealment of his former marriage, and remarrying.

According to Parvathi’s complaint, Jawahar met her on Telugu Matrimony, and got married in November 2016. He stayed in a hotel in Hyderabad and visited Parvathi’s house every day until they were engaged, preventing her family from doing a background check on him. Parvathi alleges that after their wedding, Jawahar and his parents harassed her and her family for dowry, in spite of having taken Rs 10 lakh in cash and 20 tolas of gold at the time of the wedding.

Just like with Mamata – Jawahar had told Parvathi that he owned Jawahar Shukra group of hotels and restaurants across Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, and his parents and brother allegedly went along with the lie. Similar to Mamata’s account, Parvathi also alleges that he insisted that they stay in hotels, was involved with several other women, and abused her when she questioned any of his actions. Once he realised he was not going to be able to extract any more money from her, he again left on an indefinite ‘business trip’, never to return.



On Parvathi’s complaint, Jawahar was arrested – but only briefly. He was let out on bail, and absconded once again. And by then, he had his next victim lined up – Swati (name changed), his junior from school.

Betrayal in Bengaluru

Swati, who lives in Bengaluru, spoke to TNM and had a similar story to share about Jawahar.


Jawahar met Swati, his junior from school, in August 2016 on Facebook. “I had seen him in school but had never spoken to him. We exchanged numbers, and he would often come to my home in Bengaluru, saying he was on his way to important business meetings. He said he wanted to marry me, sometime in mid-2017, and sexually exploited me, saying we were almost married,” alleges Swati.


Claiming to be from a very well-to-do family, Jawahar told Swati that if his family were to agree to their marriage, her father should invest in his hotels as a partner. Swati says that Jawahar forced her father to quit his job, and took Rs 6 lakh from him. When Swati’s father started to work for Jawahar’s hotels near Majestic and Ulsoor in early 2018, he slowly began to see through Jawahar’s deception. By then, it was already too late.


“My father found out that Jawahar never paid staff salaries and other expenses like groceries, and had only paid a partial advance amount for renting the properties. By the time people started to press him for money, Jawahar disappeared again,” says Swati.


This was February 2018. By August the same year, Jawahar zeroed in on his next target – the woman who finally managed to get him into prison: Anu.



Arrested in Andhra

Anu met Jawahar on Bharat Matrimony in August 2018. “After talking over the phone for a while, Jawahar and I decided to meet in person in Rajahmundry,” Anu tells TNM.


Later that month, Anu says that Jawahar took her to Srinagar in August 2018, pretending that his ‘sister’ and her fiance would be accompanying them on a business trip. When they reached, she realised it was just the two of them. At the hotel, Jawahar allegedly made sexual advances, and when she refused, he emotionally manipulated her. Anu left Srinagar immediately after the incident, only to find out later that she was pregnant. Meanwhile, Jawahar kept demanding money from her to invest in a resort in Thotlakonda, threatening to kill himself if he could not find enough money.


“I met him again in Vishakhapatnam in October 2018. He was staying at a hotel. I asked him to return my money, but he just asked me for more money so he could buy a house for both of us. He then sexually assaulted me brutally and left the hotel in a hurry. I had a miscarriage after the incident,” alleges Anu. “There are a lot of cases registered against him. He never turns up for the court summons. He keeps travelling to different cities and stays in hotels, so the people he has cheated cannot trace him easily,” she adds.


“When I told him about the miscarriage, he joked about it. After that, I just wanted to get my money back. But he just kept making excuses. He would say he had to pay salaries to his employees. He said he had dengue, then cancer. I found it a bit strange and asked him to send medical reports. He never did. I then started to inquire about him,” Anu explains, “Once I found out about his marriage with Parvathi and Mamata, I decided to go to the police.”

“I was determined to get my money back. I started to dig deeper and filed a complaint with the police in December 2018. Once he found out that I was finding out the truth, he returned my money in a few hurried instalments,” says Anu.


Anu says that when she filed a complaint with the police, they called him on his phone. He denied her allegations and said he was in Singapore on a business trip. The police then traced the call to Khammam. “He would drive around in an Audi or a BMW. All the money he had borrowed from people, he would use for showing off a false social status,” alleges Anu.



According to Vishakhapatnam III Town CI Appala Naidu, the police finally arrested him in March under charges that include sexual assault, criminal intimidation, and cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property. “Jawahar is currently in the Vishakhapatnam Central Jail under a non-bailable case. An investigation is being carried out on Anu’s complaint,” says Appala Naidu.

Anu says that although Jawahar is now in jail and the police are investigating her case, she wants justice for all the other people, especially women, whom Jawahar has harassed and cheated.



“When I spoke to Mamata, I couldn't believe what she and all the other women she knew had to go through because of him. I contacted four other women who had suffered because of him. Some of these women know of many others like us. Some of them, like Swati, could not believe the truth until I sent evidence I had gathered in the form of screenshots and FIRs. He has harassed and cheated many women emotionally, physically, sexually, and financially. He has even recorded intimate videos and images with many of them. Most of them have not recovered their financial losses. The emotional damage cannot be repaired. I do not want him to get away with his crimes, and to ever be able to repeat them with anyone ever again,” alleges Anu.


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