The mark sheet racket busted at Lucknow University has a Delhi association. The six people captured, including a previous LU assistant and a now-suspended representative, have named a Delhi University’s previous worker as their accessory.
Amid a crackdown not long ago, Lucknow police recouped 12 counterfeit mark sheets purportedly issued by DU and two classifications outlines, which convey confidential subtleties of understudies and are vital to getting ready mark sheets. Police had sent photocopies of these two arrangement outlines to the DU enlistment center’s office for confirmation.
“College authorities affirmed over the telephone that the graphs were phony,” said ASP (Trans-Gomati) Amit Kumar, including that DU had been mentioned to check the previous worker named for the situation.
On April 18, LU worker Nayab Hussain and five others, including pack boss and previous LU representative Khirodhan Prasad, were captured after an adolescent stopped a protest at Mahanagar police headquarters, saying he had been conned out of Rs. 1.5 lakh with the guarantee of an LLB mark sheet.
Boss Khirodhan had been sacked by LU and imprisoned in 2003 for a comparable racket; however, he was ready for action like never before once discharged. He selected Nayab, an evaluation IV worker in the workplace of test controller, for a regularly scheduled pay of Rs. 50,000. The activity was to pirate out organization graphs.
The four other captured individuals from the pack have been recognized as Ravindra Prasad, Diwan Singh, Deepak Tiwari, and Madhurendra Pandey.
Amid assaults, police recouped 26 counterfeit mark sheets of LU and 80 mark sheets of different colleges, including, Deen Dayal Upadhyay University in Gorakhpur, Awadh University in Faizabad and Bundelkhand University in Jhansi. Mark sheets of classes X and XII of different instruction sheets were additionally seized.
Lucknow University suspended four of its representatives, including Nayab, on Thursday. Two of them are on the run. Other than the DU worker, an individual from the staff of the Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaja University (CSJMU), Kanpur, is likewise under the scanner for this situation.
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