Army recruitment scam accused held in Bihar

According to a police official, the Uttar Pradesh Terrorist Investigation Agency (WTO) arrested a wanted man from Bihar in 2015-16 from Bihar, who was assigned to the Gurkha regiment of the Indian Army with forged documents.

UPDATED 15:15 IST The Bihar Terrorist Squad (ATS) on Saturday arrested a suspect from Bihar for recruiting Indian Army’s Gurkha regiments in 2015-16, senior ATS officials said on Sunday. He said the appointment of Nepali nationals through forceful residence certificates and proof of identity has been sought after the previous mastermind of Chandra Bahadur Khatri by UP ATS in October 2017.

The three men who joined the army through fake identity cards and residence certificates, Prem Singh Kunwar, Shivansh Baliyan and Manoj Binesh, lost their jobs after the robbery was discovered about five years ago, according to a press release shared by ATS. . They have all been absconding ever since. It said that one of the three accused, Shivansh Balyan, had been chased by Ara Gordon Road, Patna, Bihar, for several years.

Rocket mastermind Chandra Bahadur Qatri, himself a Nepali citizen, was fired by the Indian Army in 1991 and was arrested by Varanasi on October 23, 2017 for recruiting several Nepali youths into the army at the 39 Gurkha Training Center in Varanasi. Counterfeit marks. He later revealed many more names during the inquiry into the recruitment of the Indian Army on fake identity.

After his arrest, three members of all the residents of Varanasi – Ajay, Nageshwar Maurya and Bablu Maurya – were later arrested in Varanasi in October 2017. The trio are Indians and have helped Qatri prepare forged documents such as Indian residence certificates. Counterfeits, high school certificates and other identity proofs.

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