Wednesday, Dec 08, 2004
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NEW DELHI, DEC. 7. Two persons have been arrested by the Special Staff of the Central Delhi police for allegedly selling fake mark-sheets of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Delhi University. A dozen fake mark-sheets have allegedly been recovered from the accused.
According to the police, Constable Yashpal of the Special Staff had struck a deal for a fake mark-sheet at a price of Rs. 2,000 with the suspect.
A trap was laid at Raj Ghat where the deal was to be executed on December 3. A waiting police team nabbed the suspect, later identified as Vijay Kumar, a resident of Mehrauli in South Delhi, soon after he handed over the fake mark-sheet to the decoy.
At Vijay's instance, the police arrested his associate, Rajesh Kumar, a resident of Madangir in South Delhi. Nine fake mark-sheets of the CBSE and three of Delhi University were allegedly recovered from their possession.
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