Mathura-based youth booked for using impersonator

2/16/2018

Crime watch

Constable recruitment examination

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal A Mathura based youth who got selected in police constable recruitment examinations using impersonator and documents in the year 2016 has been booked by Bilkharia police have booked. The suspect identified as Rishi Kumar took the test at TIT College, Kokta. The suspect was selected and his allotment was in Chhindwara where during the verification the finger prints in written and physical test differed of the accused. During the investigation finger prints were matched which failed and which revealed that the selected candidate was not one who had taken the recruitment examination.An FIR was registered by Chhindwara police and later case was transferred to Bilkharia police where the case was registered. The police constable examination was conducted from July 26, 2016 to September 26, 2016 and the accused took test for police constable (Computer) recruitment. Bilkharia SHO VBS Segar said that the candidate is Mathura based and it was found by Chhindwara police that the finger prints were not matching. The police said the impersonator who had helped the accused in clearing written or physical examinations would be investigated. After the accused would be nabbed his accomplice who helped in getting selected would also be arrested. Police are probing if it was a single case or Rishi was among one of those who were helped by the nexus. The police have registered a case under section 419, 468, 471 and 120 B of the IPC and have started further investigation.

Valuables worth stolen from unoccupied house in Karond

Valuables worth Rs 60000 were burgled at Karond under Nishatpura police station area on Wednesday. Police said that the victim Mohammad Sabir Khan along with the family had gone to meet his relatives and when they returned on Wednesday they found that valuables had been burgled.A complaint was made by the victim with the Nishatpura police and in the complaint the victim stated that he along with his family had gone to Jehangirabad on his return he found that the lock was broken and on entering the house was found ransacked. Gold and silver jewelry worth Rs 80000 in cash were found missing claimed the victim.Police said that the miscreants have broken lock of the main door to enter the house. The valuables were targeted while other goods were not disturbed. After the preliminary investigation the police have registered a case under section 457 and 380 of the IPC and have started further investigation.

Burglary in TT Nagar

Meanwhile, valuables worth Rs 50000 were burgled from South TT Nagar area under TT Nagar police station area on Wednesday. The victim Sandeep Victor in his complaint stated that he had gone to work and when he returned the house was found ransacked. He claimed that valuables worthRs 50000 were burgled. The police have registered a case under section 457 and 380 of the IPC and have started further investigation. During the investigation police found that the windows were open which suggest that the accused escaped from the window with the valuables.