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Haryana man booked for submitting fake documents in UK visa application | Chandigarh News

JIND: Safidon police of Haryana’s Jind district booked a man for submitting fake documents in a UK visa application. The accused has been identified as Anil, a native of Assandh town in Karnal district, who submitted fake documents, including an experience letter, no objection certificate (NOC), pay slip etc, the police said. Sources said that the youth was seeking a work visa for the UK and attached fake documents but was caught after British High Commission sought his details. The entire incident was unearthed after British High Commission officials sent an email to the company concerned for getting details of Anil who was seeking a visa for the UK. Dhruav Kumar, manager of a private company based at Madloda town of Panipat district, said Anil Kumar has submitted fake documents of their company using the logo on the experience letter. He prepared a fake experience showing himself as a purchase manager in the company. When company sent an email for verification of Anil’s documents, it was found that he never associated with it at any level. Thereafter, it approached Safidon town police and lodged a complaint against the accused, he added. Police booked the accused under sections 420, 468 and 471 of the Indian penal code (IPC) and started a probe. More details have been sought from company officials and the accused is yet to be arrested. Police officers are investigating the matter thoroughly, said Baljeet Singh, station house officer (SHO).