Srinagar: Police have filed a case and started a probe against three people, including a woman for allegedly forging signatures of Deputy Commissioner (DC) Srinagar and Joint Commissioner of Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) over the allotment of a shop.
“Three individuals were caught with illegal and forged documents in the premises of SMC. Forged documents including allotment letters, rent deeds and lists with forged signatures of Deputy Commissioner Srinagar and Joint Commissioner SMC we’re recovered,” SMC spokesperson said in a statement issued here on Sunday.
The official further said that an FIR was lodged at the Police Station, Shaheed Gunj against the trio identified as Fozia of Qamarwari, Muneer of Safa Kadal and Muhammad Hussain of Buchpora.
“They were handed over to the police for further investigation. SMC has made it clear that there would be zero tolerance to any such acts of criminal forgery or corruption,” the spokesperson added.
Meanwhile, a police officer said that the three accused have not been detained so far as the investigations in the case have been initiated.
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