Man convicted for forging documents to the Protector of Emigrants

By Dheeshma Puzhakkal  Published on  1 Jan 2020 4:22 PM GMT
Man convicted for forging documents to the Protector of Emigrants

Hyderabad: A Special Court for CBI cases in Hyderabad sentenced a man to one year of rigorous imprisonment for forging documents to the Protector of Emigrants (POE), Hyderabad. The court also slapped the accused, Mohammed Abudl Razzak — proprietor of Razzak Enterprises — in Jubilee Hills a fine of Rs 10,000.

The Central Bureau of Investigation booked a case against the accused on March 4, 2010, for cheating the government of India. The Bureau had alleged the accused, Mohammed Abudl, of forging documents to the Protector of Emigrants — Komatireddy Kanakaiah. Abudl dishonestly and fraudulently used false documents for issuance of Emigration Clearance Certificates to the Protector of Emigrants.

After completing the investigation, CBI filed a charge sheet on May 31, 2011, against Sh. Mohammed Abudl Razzak under IPC 420 (cheating) and IPC 471 (forging documents).

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