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NEW DELHI: Three more pilots have come under the scanner of the Delhi Police Crime Branch in connection with alleged procurement of pilot licences from the Directorate-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on forged documents.
The DGCA lodged complaints against the three pilots on Tuesday, raising suspicion that they had allegedly obtained the licences through fake mark sheets. “We are examining their role… They will be arrested once it is established that the documents submitted by them to get pilot licence were indeed forged,” said a police officer.
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