Nagpur: Around 75 accused, who got bail from the sessions court using forged documents, will soon be charged with forgery. Police are also trying to cancel the bail of these accused who are facing charges like Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act, sexual abuse, kidnapping, rape, murder, etc.
City police chief Amitesh Kumar said on Thursday that the crime branch has obtained from the sessions court a list of accused who were granted bail with incriminating documents, or with fraudsters as guarantors. “We are ready to register an offense against such accused,” Amitesh Kumar, who reviewed the case of rackets preparing fake bail documents for the accused during the crime meeting earlier this week.
The police commissioner also said that the officer of the investigation in cases like this would be asked to approach the court for the cancellation of his bail. Which light has also been thrown on the method of misleading the judiciary. And have been duped to accept forged or tampered documents.
The crime branch has also so far arrested five people including mastermind Sunil Sonkusre for preparing fake documents, He has been arrested for manipulating records to provide fraudsters to pose as guarantors and also helping the accused get bail. In the same case, a woman has also been arrested for being involved in making fake Aadhar cards.
Crime branch team also seized many fake NMC tax receipts
The crime branch team also seized many fake NMC tax receipts, Aadhar cards, ration cards, passport size photographs, and other material from the rackets during searches at different places. The police had also seized printing material and equipment.
DCP Crime Chinmay Pandit, who is supervising the investigation under Additional CP Navinchandra Reddy, It is he who has said that the scam is bound to be very big. Because they have already started working on bail in the sessions court, while the identity of those who have been bought through rackets from magistrate courts is yet to be identified. “It has also been requested to the judiciary to share the details of bail obtained in the past with the police and also submit the list to us for investigation,” Chinmay Pandit said.