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).

Dheeshma Puzhakkal

Dheeshma Puzhakkal is currently a Reporter with Newsmeter. An alumnus of Hyderabad Central University, she has interned with Greater Kashmir newspaper and NDTV. Dheeshma has also made short films and documentaries. Her documentary �Still I Rise�, which is based on sex-trafficking in Hyderabad�s Old City, has earned accolades in several film festivals, such as International Documentary and Short Film Festival, Kerala (IDSFFK). An avid foodie, she loves to travel and listen to stories that others tell. Photography is one of her all-time interests. She has extensively written on satellite-based journalism, health, consumer, and data stories besides covering anti-crime investigative agencies.

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