New Delhi, Jul 18 (UNI) Delhi Police have busted a racket of preparing forged marksheets and certificates with the arrest of one person who ran an institute in East Delhi assuring people of getting them cleared in class X exams in return for huge amounts.
Umesh Kumar Chauhan (24) was arrested from Babarpur in Shahdara following a complaint from a resident of Welcome Colony that the accused, running an institute called Aryabhatt institute at Babarpur in Shahdara, took Rs 15,000 and promised to get his son cleared in class X from National Open school but the marksheet he was provided turned out to be fake.
On the complaint, police raided the institute premises at Babarpur in Shahdara and arrested Umesh Kumar who admitted to have provided a fake marksheet to the complainant after taking Rs 10,000.
The raid on the premises unravelled six rubber stamps of different institutes including CBSE and the National Open School in Noida.
Several fake marksheets of class X and XII were also recovered.
The accused revealed that he managed to enroll his students in the national Open school in connivance with some staff and personnel employed there. After enrolment, he prepared fake marksheets of the candidates roll number.
Efforts are also being made to collect evidence against suspects working in the National Open school who connived with the accused in running the racket.
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