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Jammu Crime Branch books fraudster for obtaining fictitious PRC

Jammu, Feb 18 (UNI) Jammu Crime Branch has registered a case against a fraudster for fraudulently obtaining PRC (permanent resident certificate) in connivance with the concerned revenue officials.
Official spokesman here said that a criminal case has been registered against accused- Mohinder Pal Singh of Korotana Kalan, Tehsil Suchetgarh, R.S Pura Jammu, at present Village Magarpur, Mustafabad, Tehsil Jagadhri, District Yamuna Nagar, Haryana for fraudulently obtaining PRC in connivance with the concerned revenue officials, by virtue of which he took all the benefits of being a resident of Jammu and Kashmir, including allotment of land at village Korotana, getting compensation of Rs 5,49,665.00 from the Government fraudulently, thereby cheating the Jammu and Kashmir Government.
A written complaint was lodged by one Gurnam Singh of Nai Basti Korotana Khurd, Tehsil Suchetgarh, Jammu against the accused for having fraudulently procured PRC and subsequently yielding all the benefits as resident of Jammu and Kashmir.
The Crime Branch initiated criminal proceedings into the matter by initiating preliminary verification and during the course of inquiry the allegations were prima-facie established, leading to the registration of the instant case, under proper sections of law, for in-depth investigation.

The investigation of the case has been set in motion, said the spokesman.
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