New Delhi, April 7: Three people, including an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) coach and one businessman, were nabbed with 62 passports and 28 fake stamps, at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport on Sunday. Fake Government Job Racket Exposed: Special Cell of Delhi Police Busts Inter-State Gang for Duping People, Two Arrested.
News Agency ANI reported about the arrests made and the large numbers of passports seized from the accused.
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Visuals: Three people, including an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) coach and one businessman, have been nabbed with 62 passports and 28 fake stamps, at Delhi's IGI Airport earlier today. pic.twitter.com/UbiO4Lx6EE
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Even the agency that made the arrests and seized the passports, expressed surprise at the number of passports and fake stamps. Fake stamps scam is one of the most prolific wrongdoings reported quite often.
In September 2018, four persons were arrested for allegedly making fake rubber stamps of government institutions and banks to forge documents in Maharashtra’s Yavatmal district. Inspector Suraj Bonde of the Yavatmal Crime Branch had said that 57 duplicate rubber stamps were seized from the four persons during a raid carried out in Sonwadhona village in Ner tehsil in Yavatmal.