The Gurgaon police finally unveiled the mystery behind the fake MCD stickers found on many vehicles, 9 people are arrested and among them were a DU student, 2 vigilance staff member at Rajouri border toll plaza, and an owner of a photocopy shop. They were accused of selling the counterfeit MCD stickers and selling them to drivers at a much cheaper rate with a discount of 300 INR.
The police stated that the matter came to light on September 4 when the general assistant manager of the toll plaza registered a complaint regarding the matter. He alleged that MCD workers while scrutinizing stickers on some vehicles found them to be fake. After this fir was lodged and the drivers incarcerated. When asked the guilty they confessed to have purchased the stickers in RS 2700 rather than RS 3000 (actual rate). The master mind of the entire case is Satyavrat Kund (39).
During interrogation Kund revealed that he along with the others printed around 1200 counterfeit passes and stickers. Among them 700 have been already sold to the drivers in an amount of 2,700 each. The DU student involved gave Kund the address of the printing press where these passes were printed. A woman and a man involved in the case are still missing and they used to work at the photocopy shop, they had a major role in the case.
The police is hoping to find them soon. According to the police Rs 4 lakh procured through the sales has been achieved. All the nine members involved in the case are going to be arrested as soon as possible said the PRO of Gurgaon Police station. The situation is really alarming as the cases of a forfeit is going to ruin the economy and many innocents are forcefully strangled into the mess.