CISF entry bid with forged order foiled

Sunil of Haryana held for submitting fake paper for getting trained as a constable

Published: 02nd September 2013 09:48 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd September 2013 09:48 AM   |  A+A-

A 24-year-old man, who had submitted  a fake order to receive training at the regional training centre of the Central Industrial Security Force, located near Thakkolam near Arakkonam, was held on Saturday.

Police said Sunil (24) of Jeetgarh village in Panipat District of Haryana arrived at the training centre on Saturday around 2 pm with an order permitting him to be trained under constable grade. However, gate shift in-charge sub-inspector G Raveendran, who verified the order, found that the document was fake.

The sub-inspector reportedly alerted the officials at the training centre. The complaint also noted that there was no training programme being conducted at the centre currently, which made the SI suspicious.

Meanwhile, sub-inspector Raveendran filed a complaint against Sunil at the Thakkolam police station. Thakkolam Police filed a case against him under Section 468 (forgery for purpose of cheating), Section 471 (using as genuine a forged document), Section 417 (punishment for cheating) and Section 420 (cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property), under the Indian Penal Code.

The police arrested Sunil around 10 pm on Saturday. He was produced before the Judicial Magistrate Court at Arakkonam and remanded to Vellore Central Prison for Men.

Manhunt Launched

The Kalasapakkam police have launched a search for four members of a family who went missing, in connection with a suicide of a woman here, on Saturday.

Sources said Anitha (25), a resident of Govur village in Tiruvannamalai taluk limit was in love with Prakasam (25) of the same area.

However, Anitha’s parents had convinced her and arranged her marriage with another man. The negotations for the marriage had concluded on August 30, the source added.

Police said Prakasam, who heard about the development, started telling people about his love affair with Anita. Ashamed over this, Anitha consumed poison on Saturday and was found dead at her house.

The Kalasapakkam police arrived at the spot and sent Anita’s body to the Government Hospital in Polur for post-mortem.

Anitha’s mother Vijaya lodged a complaint against Prakasam, his father Rajendran, younger brother Surya and mother Saamandhi in this connection. However, all the four persons were reportedly missing from the area. Police are investigating further.


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