HC transfers Delhi police case to anti-forgery branch
New Delhi, May 11 (UNI) Delhi High Court today transferred a case from Delhi police to anti-forgery branch.
Justice RC Jain observed that the status of inquiry did not appear encouraging and rather moved towards shielding the persons facing allegations of committing forgeries.
The petitioner's counsel Rajiv Awasthi submitted that Sant Nirankari school situated at Kingsway camp was run by such teachers who had procured their matriculation and intermediate degrees by committing forgeries.
The school is meant for students up to X and XII standard, he added wondering about the future of the students taught by teachers without matriculation and intermediate degrees.
He also produced copies of a teacher's certificate procured allegedly through impersonation.
The counsel also accused the police of being hands-in-glove with the school authorities.
He buttressed his point by specifically citing an instance of harassment to petitioner, Rani Sethi, a teacher in the same school.
Justice RC Jain has ordered the DCP (Crime branch Anti-forgery cell) to file a status report on the probe within 6 weeks before the court.
UNI SSS AD HS1831