Fake Admission Racket Exposed at NW Railway Training Institute


Fake Admission Racket Exposed at NW Railway Training Institute

Three people were arrested by the city police at the North Western Railway Training Institute, as a Rs. 5 lac fraud was exposed. Sudhir Kumar Choudhary, the main accused, promised admission to the TC Post Training program under the Management quota of the Institute and charged Rs. 2 .5 lac per candidate. He prepared fake […]

 
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Fake Admission Racket Exposed at NW Railway Training InstituteThree people were arrested by the city police at the North Western Railway Training Institute, as a Rs. 5 lac fraud was exposed.

Sudhir Kumar Choudhary, the main accused, promised admission to the TC Post Training program under the Management quota of the Institute and charged Rs. 2 .5 lac per candidate. He prepared fake training letters on behalf of these ‘candidates’ and these fake training letters were being submitted to the institute to facilitate admission, when they were seized by the institute authorities.

According to Hamida Khan, Chief Superintendent NWRTI, “Sudhir came with two training letters which appeared fake to me, so we reported this to the police who took over the charge of whole situation.

Police sources said that two persons, Dinesh Kumar (27), resident of Alwar and Baljeet Singh (32), from Haryana were approached by Sudhir, who promised them admission in return for the money. It is reported that both these ‘candidates’ had not even appeared for the TC examination. Once the money was paid by them , Sudhir prepared fake training forms on the basis of fake documents and submitted these to the authorities at NWRTI.

Fake Admission Racket Exposed at NW Railway Training InstituteDayanand Sarang, Deputy Superintendent of Police said, “in the primary interrogations 25 more such individuals were mentioned by Dinesh and Baljeet. We have arrested all three of them and filed relevant case against them.

Captain Rana Vikram Singh, Principal of the Institute said, “he came with training forms of both the persons which was discovered as fake and necessary action will accordingly be taken.”

Sudhir Kumar Choudhary (42) is a resident of U.P., working as a Public Relation Officer with the NWRTI and is an ex- employee of the Indian Railways.

The North Western Training Institute at Udaipur is the only Training Institute for the North Western Railway Zone in Rajasthan.

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