Chandigarh Police Files Forgery CaseBy Arnab Ghosh, Gaea News Network
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
CHANDIGARH, INDIA (GaeaTimes.com)- The Chandigarh Police has booked Sabina Aggarwal in a forgery case who stays in Sector 21. The Police has booked her in the case after the Complainant Omkar Singh filed a complaint against her in the Police station on Sector 11. It is a case of dispute over property. The complainant claims that Sabina Aggarwal had secured admission in Panjab University’s department of law in the year 1986. She secured the admission in the physically handicapped quota. To get the admission under the quota the lady had produced a disability certificate which was apparently issued to her by New Delhi’s Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. It had the signature of Dr M S Singh who was said to be the head of the Orthopedics department.
The complainant had filed an RTI application with Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital and got the response that no doctor with the name Dr M S Singh was there in 1986 when the certificate was issued to Sabina Aggarwal. The hospital confirmed it was a fake certificate and the signature was also forged. Following this discovery Omkar Singh approached Chandigarh police and they started a case to probe into the matter.
The fake certificate which Sabina Aggarwal has produced stated that she suffered from orthopedic disability. Apart from getting admission to Panjab University’s department of law she also managed to make it to The Bar Council of Punjab & Haryana. The Chandigarh police is looking into the details of the case and if the woman is found guilty of forgery appropriate steps against her will be taken.
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