Police nabbed a 40-year-old insurance agent for allegedly making forged marksheets and other documents.
Kamlesh Gopal Rana used to make fake school leaving certificates, voter ID cards, PAN cards and various other documents and selling them to people in need.
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Following a tip-off, police sent a dummy customer posing as Class VIII pass and Rana agreed to make a marksheet of Class X for him. He demanded Rs 1,000 from him and fell into the trap. Rana promised him to provide the marksheet on mobile in a PDF format.
Meanwhile, Rana called the dummy buyer on Saturday and asked him to come to a photocopy shop to get a colour copy of the marksheet. Police nabbed him from the shop.
Police recovered a laptop, a blank school leaving certificate and few forged documents from him. While examining the laptop, police found that Rana had made fake documents for many people.
“He charged money as per the financial condition of the buyer. It ranged from a few hundred rupees to thousands,” said a police officer in Salabatpura police station.
Source: The Times Of India
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