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Three arrested in case related to fake certificates

Published On : 26 Oct 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Kasargod: Police in Manjeshwar have arrested three persons relating to the case of fake certificates on Tuesday October 25. Safwan from Mangalpady, Mufiq from Thoudugoli and Rauf from Hosangadi are the arrested persons.

Mufiq and Safwan had applied for passports with fake certificates. Rauf had arranged for these certificates. Mufiq had paid Rs 8,000 to Rauf for the certificate. Rauf got it done in a place in Mangaluru. Certificate for Rauf was made at a private firm in Mangalpady.

Ashraf from Bandyodi was arrested earlier for the fake certificate network. He is in judicial custody presently. He owned a firm named Akshaya Kendra. The relationship of Ashraf with this present case is yet to be investigated.







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