Nagpur: Four teenage boys, two from Rajasthan and two from Haryana, have been booked by Old Kamptee police on the charges of preparing forged documents for securing admissions for training and recruitment on the posts of jawans in Indian Army’s Guards Regimental Centre, Kamptee.
The four accused have been identified as Rajsingh Omprakash Chauhan (21), native of Alwar District, Rajasthan, Rahulkumar Bhargav (20) of Jaipur District, Rajasthan, Happy Kumar Shambhabhu Dayal, District Sirsa, Haryana and Rohit Kumar Ramkisan (20) of Mahendragarh, Haryana. The four accused forged domicile and transit documents and secured admissions for training of jawans at Guards Regimental Centre, Cantonment Area, Kamptee. Surprisingly, four recruits were undergoing training along with other candidates. However, the usual close scrutiny of the documents revealed that the papers were bogus and submitted to cheat the Indian Army.
Old Kamptee PSI Sahare, on the basis of a complaint lodged by Jaideep Singh Harcharan Singh Ghuman of Guards Regimental Centre, has booked the four accused under Sections 468, 471, 420, 34 of IPC and mounted a thorough investigation into the matter.