Man with three passports held

HYDERABAD: The Task Force police arrested a person who obtained three passports from regional passport office, Secunderabad and Maharashtra by submitting fake proofs. Police seized four passpo

Published: 26th April 2012 04:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:45 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The Task Force police arrested a person who obtained three passports from regional passport office, Secunderabad and Maharashtra by submitting fake proofs. Police seized four passports, voter ID card, pan card, ration card, aadhaar card, bank pass book and photocopy of SSC memo from him.

On a tip off, police arrested the accused, Syed Moinuddin, a businessman and resident of Chanchalguda.

As per the school records, the name of the accused is Syed Moinuddin. But in 1989, he obtained a passport from Secunderabad on the name of Syed Moinuddin Bukhari and visited America and returned to India in June, 2000. While staying in America, he renewed his passport at Chicago.

In 1999, he obtained another passport on the name of Arif Mohammed Shamsuddin from Maharashtra by suppressing his previous passport details. The original passport was destroyed by him,’’ police said.

Again in 2001, he obtained another passport from regional passport office,Secunderabad, on the name of Syed Moinuddin Aamir and visited Malaysia and Thailand then he renewed the said passport on the same name.

He is possession of voter ID card on the name of Syed Moinuddin Bukhari, but his pan card, ration card, aadhaar card and bank pass book bear the name, Syed Moinuddin Aamir. The accused, along with seized property, was handed over to Dabeerpura police.

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