Pune Pimpri Chinchwad Crime News | Man held for cheating college principals and parents by pretending to be official from CM’s office
PIMPRI : Pune Pimpri Chinchwad Crime News | The police have arrested a man for cheating many people by telling them that he will ensure admission for their children in a college and by calling up principals and telling them that he was speaking from CM’s office. The arrested accused has been identified as Rahul Rajendra Palande (31), a resident of Chinchwad.
Nitin Uttam Pansare (46), a resident of Navi Mumbai who works in the CM’s office, has lodged a complaint at the Hinjewadi police station. The accused Rahul Palande had won the confidence of many people by pretending to be an officer working in the CM’s office. He used to tell parents that he will get admission for their children in the college. He had kept a duplicate logo of CM’s office on his WhatsApp DP and Truecaller.
The accused has given admission to students in DY Patil College and Symbiosis College. Two-three days agao, CM Eknath Shinde was in Pune to attend a private programme. At that time, a delegation informed them that they had met an official from CM’s office. A verification was carried out whether any recommendation letter had been issued from the CM’s office. It came to light that Palande had prepared a fake letter and cheated many people. He was arrested later. The Hinjewadi police are probing the case.
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