Fake paramedic certificate scam: Sarpanch among two arrested

Fake paramedic certificate scam: Sarpanch among two arrested

In a major crackdown on fake paramedic certificate scam, the police arrested two suspects involved in providing fake certificates and degrees of paramedic courses from Phase 5 in Mohali.

Cracking down on a fake paramedic certificate scam, the police arrested two suspects. Reportedly, the suspects were allegedly providing fake certificates and degrees of paramedic courses from Phase 5. Even as the police seized 326 fake certificates, 186 blank certificates, holograms, printers, and stamps.

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In major crackdown on fake paramedic certificate scam, police arrested 2 suspects involved in providing fake certificates from Mohali Phase 5.

The suspects have been identified as Surinder Kumar Singla, who is a resident of Malerkotla, and Sarbjit Singh, a resident of Todar Majra.

They have been booked under IPC Sections 259, 260, 420, 465, 467, 468, 469, 470, 471, 120-B, and 201 at the Zirakpur police station.

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According to the police, the duo was operating across the country. They provided around 5,000 fake certificates of courses including DMLT, OTT, BPT, ECG, X-ray technician, RMP, CMS, ED, ITI, BA, and BAMS.

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Meanwhile, Mohali SP (Rural) Ravjot Kaur Grewal stated that a total of three criminal cases were already registered against Sarbjit.

The duo used to charge Rs 30,000 for issuing a fake certificate, he said.

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