SRINAGAR: On the directions of Crime Branch, Jammu Kashmir Police have busted a fake certificate racket after raiding Goods Carrier Companies at Transport Nagar in Parimpora area of Srinagar city.
A group of people earlier this month had lodged a complaint in the Crime Branch that the owners of two Goods Carrier Companies have availed the services of a computer expert and they are making fake degree certificates, licenses, identity cards and bill books. The Crime Branch accordingly informed the police station Parimpora that raided the offices of both the companies and seized the computers as well as fake documents.
The Investigating Officer Abdul Rasheed told news agency CNS that they managed to arrest two accused from the spot and are on the lookout for four others. “It may be a big scam. We are investigating the matter and all efforts are on to nab the absconding persons involved in the fraud,” he said and identified the arrested accused as Computer Operator Aqib Ahmed Dar and Fayaz Ahmed Rather. (CNS
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