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Man issues fake employment orders for CISF, booked

Thakkolam police registered a case against a 30-year-old man for creating fake appointment orders for the post of constables in the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).

Published: 31st December 2012 10:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st December 2012 10:52 AM   |  A+A-

Thakkolam police registered a case against a 30-year-old man for creating fake appointment orders for the post of constables in the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).

Police said, Santhosh Kumar Pandit of Khagaria district in Bihar gave fake appointment orders  to 6 persons for the post of constables in CISF. The incident came to light on Friday when the youngsters approached the CISF officials of the Regional Training Centre with the appointment orders. The officials found the orders were bogus.

After a complaint from assistant commandant of Regional Training Centre of CISF, Thakkolam, V K Mathur, police registered a case against Santhosh Kumar under sections 468, 471, 417 and 420 of IPC. Police they would transfer the case to police officials in Bihar.

Suspect Escapes Custody in T’malai,

Police at Kannamangalam police station had a harrowing time on Saturday after a man who was arrested with an associate for circulating counterfeit currency, managed to give them the slip. He was caught after a four-hour search with the help of locals.

Police said Mohammed Noor and Mohammed Rafiq Ishlam of Upvar in Jharkhand were trying to circulate fake notes of `1,000 denomination in the bazaar area of Kannamangalam on Friday night. They fled even as suspicious shopkeepers tried to apprehend them. They were arrested on Saturday and police seized counterfeit currency with a face value of `3,000 from them. As they were being questioned by around noon, Noor managed to sneak out of the station. Police quickly mobilised a search team and also enlisted  the help of local youth.

“After searching for nearly 4 hours, we nabbed him near Sasi Kumar Theatre. He was hiding in thorny bushes near Vallam lake. ” a police officer said. He said many policemen sustained bruises from the thorny bushes. “The locals helped us nab him. We are enquiring with the duo to collect information about the origin of the counterfeit notes and their associates,” said inspector Palani.

The police registered a case against them under 489 and 489 C of IPC for possessing and circulating counterfeit currency.



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