Tribune News Service
Amritsar, January 14
The police have arrested two persons for allegedly preparing fake registration certificates (RCs) and driving licences. The accused have been identified as Dharamvir Singh, alias Sunny, of New Krishna Nagar, Tarn Taran, and Jasprit Singh of Fateh Singh colony, Amritsar.
The duo was running their office at Fateh Singh colony. The police have recovered a computer, a printer, CPU, spiral binding machine, fake RCs, fake driving licences and around 170 chip cards from their possession.
ACP Parvesh Chopra said they got a tip-off that some persons were involved in preparing fake RCs and driving licences in Fateh Singh colony area falling under the jurisdiction of Gate Hakima police station.
He said cops recovered various documents with fake signatures of the District Transport Officer and the Regional Transport Officer from the duo. Cops suspected that the accused were preparing fake documents for stolen vehicles as well. The accused were produced before the court, which sent them on the police remand.
Man arrested with 80K tramadol pills
The CIA staff has arrested Mangal Singh of Malluwal village falling under the Gharinda police station here for allegedly possessing huge quantity of banned drugs. He was held from the Chheharta police station area. “The police got a tip-off that the accused was involved in the selling of sedative pills and intoxicants in the rural belt. Following this, the police nabbed him with 18,000 tablets of tramadol hydrochloride. During preliminary interrogation, the police seized 62,000 tablets from his residence in Malluwal village,” said Paramjit Singh of the CIA staff.
A case under Sections 22, 61 and 85 of the NDPS Act has been registered against him. Paramjit Singh said he was produced in the court and brought on three-day police remand.
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