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By Our Staff Reporter
HYDERABAD, DEC. 5. The Sultan Bazar police on Friday arrested two persons of a five-member gang allegedly involved in preparing fake certificates and selling the same to the physically challenged.
Following a tip-off, the police nabbed Jagan Mohan Reddy of Kukatpally Housing Board who went to the RTC bus terminal at Koti to obtain a concessional bus pass. Based on his confession, the police arrested his associate Bhaskar of Malakpet.
Bogus rubber stamps and certificates of Telecom, Medical, Registration, Vocational Rehabilitation Centre and various other departments was seized at their instance.
Investigations revealed that both the accused were preparing fake certificates and supplying the same to the physically challenged to get concession from various departments. They were selling the bogus certificates by charging amounts ranging from Rs. 500 to Rs. 1,000.
The other three accused -- Yadagiri, Ramu and Venkateshwara Rao, residents of Jeedimetla and Kukatpally areas, are absconding. The case is being investigated by the Sultan Bazar Sub-Inspector, D. Rajesh, under the supervision of Inspector K. Goverdhan Reddy, according to a press release.
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