Woman Gets Teacher’s Job in Government School Using Fake Documents, Works for 17 Years Before Getting Caught
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Muzaffarnagar, August 20: A woman who got a government teacher's job by submitting fake documents and worked for 17 years before being caught has now been arrested here, police said on Tuesday.

Pervaish Kumari was arrested at Tugalpur village in Purquazi block on Monday, Sub Inspector (Crime Branch) Vijaypal Singh said. Schengen Visa Fraud Case: Six Arrested in India, Two in Algeria After Two Couples Caught Submitting Fake Documents at US Embassy to Get American Visa.

He said Kumari was appointed as a primary school teacher in 2000 but during verification, her academic credentials were found to be fake. She was dismissed in 2017 and a case of cheating was registered against her, Singh said.