The Delhi Police has arrested the owner of a cyber cafe for criminal conspiracy for allegedly editing the fake documents recovered from a civil defence volunteer who was caught for posing as sub-inspector of Delhi Police and prosecuting the public for Covid violations. The accused has been identified as Nand Kishore, a resident of Sangam Vihar in south Delhi.
According to Atul Kumar Thakur, the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), South district said that the cyber cafe owner was arrested on the instance of main accused Suneel Kumar. “When the cyber cafe owner's computer system was checked, one folder of fake identity card of Delhi police as well as Disaster Management Card was found which were edited by Nand Kishor. Hard disk of the system was seized and Nand Kishore was placed under arrest in this case for criminal conspiracy,” said the DCP.
On Sunday, Suneel Kumar, who was a civil defence volunteer was arrested while he posing was checking the public for mask violations at Band Road in south Delhi''s Sangam Vihar by allegedly impersonating as a sub-inspector of the Delhi Police. Kumar (31), carried a fake identity card of Delhi Police and pretended to be the sub-inspector posted at the Tigri Police Station, police said.
The fake identity card, other documents and the police uniform worn by Kumar at the time of incident have been seized. A case under section 419 (punishment for cheating by personation) and 471 (using as genuine a forged document) and 120 B (Punishment of criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code was registered in the matter, police added.