Three Man Arrested for Entering Parliament with Fake ID Cards

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Three Man Arrested for Entering Parliament with Fake ID Cards

Delhi Police have apprehended three laborers for using forged Aadhaar cards to gain access to the highly secure Parliament House.

Delhi Police have initiated an investigation after three men, identified as Kasim, Monis, and Soyeb, were caught using forged Aadhaar cards to enter the Parliament House. The incident took place on June 4. All three men are laborers from Uttar Pradesh and were hired by a contractor named Sahnawaj Alam for construction work in the Member of Parliament (MP) lounge.

The security breach was detected at 1:30 p.m. at Iron Gate No. 03 of the Parliament House. A Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) official, responsible for verifying photo IDs, noticed discrepancies in the Aadhaar cards presented by Monis and Kasim. Both individuals displayed Aadhaar cards bearing the same number but with different photographs. Kasim had also impersonated Monis using these forged documents.

Following the detection, the police booked the three men under multiple sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at the Parliament Street police station. The charges include Section 465 (forgery), Section 419 (cheating by personation), Section 120B (criminal conspiracy), Section 471 (using as genuine a forged document), and Section 468 (forgery for cheating).

The First Information Report (FIR) indicates that the forgery was part of a conspiracy, and the forged documents

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