Ghaziabad : The stamp seller made police verification of more than one thousand people by making fake seals of police station Nandgram and Morta police post. The fraud was discovered in the investigation of theft in Rajnagar Residency of Rajnagar Extension. After arresting the main accused, the police have recovered a fake seal, rent deed, stamp form, and cash from him.
SHO Amit Kumar said the arrested accused is Naman Shukla, a resident of B block of Nandigram, who along with Pradeep, Ramakant and others was committing fraud for one and a half years and used to do police verification for Rs 500.
Morta outpost in-charge Sachin Tomar, who nabbed the accused, told that on June 3, jewelry worth lakhs of rupees and Rs 12,000 were stolen from the closed flat of Sarthak, a resident of Rajnagar Residency. The thief, who had entered the society gate, had carried out the incident from the stairs to the balcony. When he reached for investigation, asked for a police verification letter from the domestic help. Seeing this, I got suspicious. The domestic help told that she had got this letter made from Banke Bihari Market by paying Rs 500.
Naman was doing fraud for almost one and a half years, in every society, AOA does not allow anyone to enter the society without police verification. Instead of going through the process of police verification, people look for the easy way out. BA pass Naman took advantage of this and started forgery about a year and a half ago. Along with preparing the rent-agreement of tenants, he also takes the contract of police verification.
Thousands of domestic helpers, security personnel, and workers are employed in more than 60 societies here in Raj Nagar Extension. They also used to get police verification within a day by shelling out 500 rupees, whereas the actual police verification takes at least seven days.