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NIA files supplementary charge sheet in AK-47 theft case

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The NIA on Tuesday said it has filed a fourth supplementary charge sheet against one person in the AK-47 rifles theft case from Central Ordinance Depot in Jabalpur.

A National Investigation Agency (NIA) spokesperson in a statement said, the agency filed the charge sheet against Mohammad Mursheed aka Surma a resident of Bihar’s Munger Munger several sections of IPC, Arms act and Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) in a NIA Special Court in Patna.

The case relates to recovery of three AK-47 weapons on the disclosure of accused Shamsher Alam from the house of his sister Rizwana Begum.

The case was earlier registered hy Bihar Police against 26 accused persons and unknown others in July 2018.

The spokesperson said that during investigation it was revealed that a group of arms smugglers conspired with certain employees of Central Ordinance Depot (COD) at Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh and stole more than 76 AK series rifles, their parts and 13 SLRs from the sheds of COD, between 2012-2018.

The NIA official said that the kingpin of the racket Purshottam Lal Rajak used good parts of the stolen weapons to make cannibalised AKs and SLR rifles and further sold them to weapon-dealers in Munger.

These rifles were further smuggled across Bihar and sold to Maoists and criminals.

“Twenty two AK rifles stolen from COD have already been recovered,” the NIA said.

The NIA till date filed charge sheet against 13 accused persons namely — Rizwana Begum, Shamsher Alam, Mohammad Imran Alam, Niyazul Rahman, Mohammad Irfan Alam, Purshottam Lal Rajak, Suresh Thakur, Chandrawati Devi, Shivendra Rajak, Bajrang Shankar, Manoj Singh, Manzar Alam and Mohammad Mursheed in the NIA Special Court in Patna.

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Did Sameer Wankhede use fake caste certificate for govt job?

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In another salvo, NCP Minister Nawab Malik on Monday questioned whether the Narcotics Control Bureau Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede submitted a fake caste certificate to get a government job.

The Nationalist Congress Party’s National Spokesperson Malik tweeted a purported birth certificate and marriage photo of the embattled Wankhede with telling captions: “Yahanse shuru hua farziwada (the fraud started here) and Pehchan Kaun (guess who)”.

The birth certificate shows the NCB chief’s name as ‘Sameer Dawood Wankhede’, and the picture is from his (Wankhede’s) first wedding with one Dr. Shabana Qureshi, and he later divorced her to get married with Marathi actress Kranti Redkar.

The NCP minister claimed that as per the birth certificate, Wankhede is a born Muslim but allegedly appeared for the civic services (UPSC) exams through a reserved category and became an Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer.

“He has forged the documents to get reservations in the (civil services) examinations and job,” Malik contended.

Vowing to reveal more dope with evidence, the NCP Minister reiterated that the entire cruise party raid is a fake and everything is being done to malign the Maharashtra government and terrorise Bollywood.

Wankhede has not yet reacted to the fresh revelations by Malik, but it is reliably learnt that he has been summoned to New Delhi by the NCB Director-General to provide an explanation into the stunning allegations levelled by a cruiser ship raid’s ‘panch-witness’ Prabhakar Sail on Sunday.

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UP man held for issuing fake appointment letters to teachers

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The Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force (STF) has arrested a suspended accounts officer in the education department who was accused of issuing fake appointment letters to teachers.

The accused, Jagdish Prasad Srivastava, was absconding and carried a bounty of Rs 25,000.

Inspector (STF) Satya Prakash Singh, who led the operation, said Jagdish was arrested from traffic trisection in Gorakhpur on Sunday.

The STF said three FIRs were lodged against Jagdish in Deoria since 2018. Till now, 30 fake teachers have been arrested.

The STF took up the case on July 19, after senior block education officer, Birbal Ram, lodged an FIR regarding missing record books of 1987-1989 and 2010-11. He claimed that pages were missing from the record books of 2015-16.

Ram had claimed in the FIR that he had lodged a complaint about the appointment of teachers through fraudulent means in two aided government schools in the district.

Inspector (STF) Satya Prakash Singh said Jagdish was employed in the BSA office in Deoria since 2010.

“Jagdish is accused of tampering with the record books. He used to tear the pages of records and then feed wrong entries on those missing pages,” said Singh.

Soon after Jagdish’s name surfaced in an internal probe, he was suspended. The record books contained details of all teachers deployed in a district.

Sources in the STF said Jagdish made Rs 4 crore by issuing fake appointment letters.

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Rickshaw puller in UP gets I-T notice for Rs 3 crore

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A rickshaw puller has approached the police in Mathura district after he was served a notice by the Income Tax (IT) department, asking him to pay over Rs 3 crore.

Pratap Singh, a resident of Amar Colony in Mathura, submitted a complaint at the Highway police station, claiming fraud, after he received the notice from the IT department.

Station House Office (SHO) Anuj Kumar said no case was registered on the basis of Singh’s complaint, but the police will look into the matter.

Singh also uploaded a video clip on social media in which he narrated the sequence of events.

According to him, he applied for a PAN card at the Jan Suvidha Kendra in Bakalpur in March this year after his bank asked him to submit the same.

Subsequently, he got a coloured photocopy of the PAN card from one Sanjai Singh of Bakalpur.

Since he is illiterate, he could not differentiate between an original PAN card and a coloured photocopy of the same, the rickshaw puller said in the video clip.

He had to run from pillar to post for about three months to get his PAN card.

Singh said he got a call from IT officials on October 19 and was served a notice, asking him to pay Rs 3,47,54,896.

He said the officials told him that someone had impersonated him and obtained a GST number on his name for running a business and the turnover of the trader for 2018-19 was Rs 43,44,36,201.

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