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Two more named in fake certificate racket
Staff Reporter Dimapur, Feb 26 (NPN):
Published on 27 Feb. 2009 11:03 AM IST
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Dimapur police on Thursday disclosed the names of two more persons for their involvement in the fake certificate and document racket that was busted in Dimapur on February 17. They were identified as Kumar Nepali, son of Bijoy, a retired ABSI, Nagaland Police and Anup Sharma, a resident of Guwahati. Police said the prime accused, Muantuo Sailo who was arrested on February 17, used to procure seals of various departments, schools and universities from Kumar who has already left Nagaland. His whereabouts are still not known. Police are also trying to establish the real identity of Kumar and Anup. During interrogation of the main accused, police found that he used to scan the original documents of various departments, schools and universities to make fake certificates and other documents. Briefing media persons, Additional SP Protocol Dimapur E. Ngullie said Muantuo ordered for 2,000 NBSE holograms from Anup, who in turn asked for authorization letter from the NBSE. Following this, Muantuo produced the NBSE authorization letter before Anup after forging the signature of the NBSE chairperson. Later, Anup got the holograms from Amristar, Punjab for Muantuo. Ruling out involvement of NBSE in the racket, the police disclosed that the holograms issued by the main accused were different from the original NBSE holograms. Police are also probing involvement of various school authorities in the misuse of cumulative records of their schools. Meanwhile, the prime accused has been remanded to police custody for five more days by the court.

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