Gurgaon: Fake certificate racket busted, three arrested

  • | Friday | 1st December, 2023

GURGAON: Three people were arrested on Thursday for allegedly making forged documents and charging money. Two of the accused ran the shop and were assisted by a bank employee, police said.According to police, Surendra Vasi — a resident of Prem Nagar — and Deepak Kumar Vasi— from Rajasthan rain the shop and forged documents. Another accused, Heena Vasi, worked at a private bank in Sector 7.Surendra and Deepak were caught during a raid by the CMs flying squad in Tikri village. The duo then informed the police about Heena who was arrested later. Explaining the modus operandi, Harish Budhiraja, a CID officer, said, Surendra and Deepak, operating from Sri Nath Enterprises in Tikri, were engaged in making fake documents, including Aadhaar cards and birth certificates. A sofatware was being used by them to edit authentic details on the documents. Since Heena is well versed with procedures of making identification documents, her help was sought by the accused. An investigation is under way to ascertain the extent of their activities in creating fake Aadhaar cards and birth certificates.Several fake Aadhaar cards, PAN cards, Ayushman cards, and other certificates were recovered during the raid. Additionally, cash amounting to Rs 61,000 was also seized. The trio has been arrested under sections 417 (cheating), 465 (forgery), 468 (forgery for cheating) and 120B (criminal conspiracy) of the IPC. The charges of creating fake documents ranged between Rs 2,000 to Rs 15,000. We are anticipating more arrests in the case, the officer added.We also published the following articles recentlyTenancy document sufficient for health licenceNew Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) has decided to allow health licences for eateries on the basis of tenancy proof, a relief that hundreds of eateries and restaurants were waiting for. Earlier, licences for an establishment could be obtained only by the property owner, not the tenant running the eatery. This rule caused multiple complications. The council has decided that tenancy documents will be sufficient to prove the occupancy of a place. Proof of ownership, occupancy, tenancy, lease of premises would work along with other documents.Indian Constitution is living document, says Andhra Pradesh governorAndhra Pradesh Governor S Abdul Nazeer commemorates the 74th Constitution Day, emphasizing that the Indian Constitution is a living document that evolves and adapts to the changing needs of society. He highlights that the Constitution is not only a legal document but also a social and political one, reflecting the aspirations and needs of the people. Nazeer pays tribute to B R Ambedkar and other founding fathers, emphasizing the celebrations purpose of promoting Constitutional values among citizens. The event sees the participation of dignitaries including Andhra Pradesh Advocate General S Sriram.Kolkata Merc accident: Accused were at party, borrowed car from friendThe driver and passenger of the Mercedes that hit a scooterette attended a party at a restaurant off Strand Road before borrowing the car. Police are investigating the possibility of drug consumption, with blood and saliva samples sent for forensic analysis. The cars owner has been summoned to verify the claims made by the driver. The police are collecting CCTV footage and the cars electronic control unit to determine the speed and other details during the accident.

If You Like This Story, Support NYOOOZ



Your support to NYOOOZ will help us to continue create and publish news for and from smaller cities, which also need equal voice as much as citizens living in bigger cities have through mainstream media organizations.

Stay updated with all the Latest Gurgaon headlines here. For more exclusive & live news updates from all around India, stay connected with NYOOOZ.

Related Articles