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Thursday, 5 November 2020

3 booked for preparing fake degrees, certificates

Tribune News Service

Mohali, November 4

The police have registered a case of fraud against three persons for preparing fake degrees and certificates to send people abroad.

Sanjay Sharma, a resident of Dasmesh Nagar, Kharar, Abhishek Din, a resident of Phase 1, Mohali, and Sameer Sharma, a resident of Phase 6, Mohali, have been booked under Sections 420, 465, 467, 468, 471 and 120B of the Indian Penal Code at the Phase-I police station.

The Phase-I police station Station House Officer (SHO), Manphool Singh, said the suspects had been running an institute —Edutech and Management Technology — at the Phase-I market, and duping people on the pretext of sending them abroad by preparing fake degrees and certificates to complete their educational qualification.

The police raided their office and seized fake degrees, certificates and some other important documents, the SHO added.

Homes and other locations of the suspects were also being searched, the SHO said.

During investigation, the police also found fake stamps of many international educational institutions, the SHO added.

Suspect Sanjay Sharma had already been booked for opening an office without the government's approval, the SHO said while adding that he had offices in Chandigarh and Kharar too.

from The Tribune

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