Raipur Police’s Campaign Against Fake Diploma-Degree Holders Continues, One More Arrested From Haryana

Raipur : Action of Raipur police is going on against the accused who obtained drug license from Food and Drug Administration Department with the help of fake diploma and degree. The team, which had earlier arrested 18 accused, on Saturday arrested one more accused from Jind district of Haryana.

The name of the accused being told by the police is Ramesh Khatkar. Raipur police is taking further action against the accused.

While locating the other accused involved in the case, the team members found the presence of Ramesh Khatkar, the accused involved in the case, at Narwana in Jind district of Haryana. On which a 05-member team of Anti-Crime and Cyber Unit and Thana Telibandha was sent to Haryana under the direction of senior officers.

After reaching Narwana in Jind district of Haryana, the team members arrested the accused Ramesh Khatkar and seized one mobile phone related to the incident from his possession and brought the accused to Raipur in transit remand. A total of 19 accused have been arrested in the case so far. Efforts are being made to arrest the other accused involved in the case at the earliest.

Dr. Shrikant Rajimwale had complained against those who took drug license with the help of fake degree-diploma. After the complaint of Dr. Rajimwale, the police started investigation and action is being taken against the accused who have taken fake degrees.

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