Mumbai Police nab a group of fraudsters issuing fake bail orders

By Across States News Team| February 9, 20190

After being on the police’s radar for almost a year,  a gang of individuals who were issuing fake bail orders and forged documents, finally they were nabbed them in their recent attempt Following  their arrest, the police has shockingly retrieved a lot of material which helped the accused prepare the documents.

Therefore, looking at the extent of the situation, the police have decided to hand over the accused to the Special Investigation Team (SIT), for further interrogation.

A case has been filed with Azad Maidan Police against eight individuals who have been arrested. The accused have been identified as Shakir Hussain Mehndi Khan (35), Shafiq Rafiq Qureshi (34), Faiyaaz Amanullah Khan (34), Imran Sulmani (27), Mohammad Parvez Abdul Shaikh (50), Riyaz Ahmad Pathan (34), Muzaffar Kaazi (38), Yusuf Khan (31). Alongside, several other people have been arrested for their connection with the case. All of them have been charged with 10 offenses and now will be interrogated by SIT

A few days ago, during a hearing at Mumbai Magistrate Court, the group members had tried to apply for an accuser’s bail. When the papers were presented to the court, it was realised that something was wrong. So, the police waited for some more days to catch the group in the act and as expected, they appeared once again with forged documents. After which, the police nabbed the accused and interrogated them.

The police seized 78 forged ration cards, 55 of Mumbai Police’s senior officers’ official stamps, unauthorized official stamp papers, PAN card, fake salary slips from 58 shell companies, 12 duplicate mark sheets


San jay M Bhaire

(Editor-In-Chief, Across State, Across Mumbai News)



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