Bhupendra Bhadoria, Gwalior. In Madhya Pradesh’s Gwalior (Gwalior), the Railway Police has arrested fake TCs checking in the train. Police have also recovered fake joining letter, Icard and other items from the accused. The accused youth is a resident of Sheopur. RPF police has handed over the accused to GRP police station for further action.
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Actually, Gwalior RPF had received information that a fake youth was checking tickets by posing as TC in Bundelkhand Express train coming from Jhansi towards Gwalior. On the basis of information, RPF caught the fake TC youth as soon as the train reached Gwalior. On enquiry, he told his name as Naresh Banjara resident of Sheopur. On search, fake joining letter and I card issued from 9/6/2023 along with some articles were also recovered from him.
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At present, the RPF handed him over to the GRP police station for action. On the other hand, the GRP police arrested the accused and after registering a case against him, started questioning about the fake joining letter and I-card. The police hope that a big gang can also be revealed from the arrested accused.
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