The Times of India
Psychiatrist booked for forging documents
July 26, 2018
SURAT: Police booked a psychiatrist practising in Durg town of Chhatisgarh by Adajan police station of on Tuesday for allegedly providing forged documents of a telecom company to mislead the police. Police booked Prashant Agarwal (32), a resident of Shikshak Nagar in Durg, Chhatisgarh for allegedly submitting forged documents.
The accused was booked in under various sections of Indian Penal Code including 469 (forgery for purpose of harming reputation), 473 (making or possessing counterfeit seal) 471 (using a forged document as genuine) and others. According to case details, Agarwal and his wife had developed dispute after which his wife lodged a harassment complaint against her husband. They are living separately since then.
Meanwhile, Agarwal lodged a police complaint accusing his brother-in-law Atul who lives in Bangalore. During investigation police found that Atul was not present in the city on the day when Agarwal alleged he attacked on him.
“To prove his claims, Agarwal sent a mail with a letter head of Bharti Airtel Ltd and mentioned mobile location of Atul. He tried to establish that Atul was present in Gujarat on that day. But during verification we found that the letter of Bharti Airtel was forged,” said Leena Patil, deputy commissioner of police, zone IV