The Delhi Police has recently busted out a gang and arrested three master minds for allegedly running Board of Higher Secondary Education, Delhi which is a fake education board in the national capital and other parts of the country, officials declared.
The master minds have been identified as Shambhu Nath Mishra (46), Manoj Kumar (32) and the main was named Altaf Raja, just a 23 years old boy. According to the investigation of police, the three accused acted to develop a fake education bard online and used it to distribute the certificates and mark sheets through the fake education board and the three seems to have cheated approximately more than 10,000 students which are anticipated to be belonging to Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and other states. The fake board they display was used to attract the students who are not pass their Matriculation or Intermediate Examination on a dealing that they tend to provide the mark sheet and certificate at very nominal price, investigated by police. Additional Commissioner of Police (Crime), Mr. Rajiv Ranjan said that on September 9, though some hidden channels, police received the information that a gang with the master mind named Raja along with his accomplices were operating the fake board with the name of Board of Higher Secondary Education, Delhi located its office in Vikas Puri. The gang on meeting for getting a mark sheet represented that their board was recognized and it provides certificated and mark sheets of class 10 and 12 just within two to three months of enrollment for just Rs. 5,000 to 10,000. In the same time they received a complaint in this regard from the Delhi Directorate of Education for conducting an inquiry in this concern. On prior inquiry they found it fake and baseless thus a trap was framed by the crime department and Altaf Raja, the master mind was apprehended while he was delivering the fake mark sheets and certificates to some students. That during the said investigation, other accused named Manoj Kumar and Shambhu Nath Mishra were also arrested. The gang was found to have prepared more than 23 fake websites of the said fake board as investigated by the Delhi police. Previously in September 2017, the accused Altaf Raja was arrested along with one named Pandey for making fake board certificates. That after coming out of jail, Raja again started the syndicate on a much higher level.
By: Anuja Arora