Pune, Jul 12 (PTI) The crime branch of Pune police on Sunday registered an offence against a man for allegedly making fake medical certificates and e-passes for travel during the lockdown, a senior official said.
The accused is a resident of suburban Hadapsar and works as an agent, he said.
According to the official, the Seva cell, which issues e-passes on behalf of Pune police, had received a complaint against him.
“To verify the complaint, the Seva cell staff contacted the agent and sought an e-pass for travel to Nashik. He demanded ₹2,500 for the pass and ₹500 for medical certificate. He demanded ₹1,500 advance for it,” he added.
After sending the details to the agent and paying the money online, he immediately sent a medical certificate without any health check-up, the official said.
A case was registered at Hadapsar police station against him and investigation was on.
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