Bathinda: Woman used to cheat people by pretending to be a civil judge, arrested along with husband and driver

Bathinda Police has arrested a woman who used to cheat people by pretending to be a Judicial Magistrate First Class Civil Judge. Not only this, to show her pride in the people, she had also put a plate of the District Sessions Court judge on her husband’s car, and had also made a fake ID card.


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At present, the police have arrested the accused woman Jasveer Kaur, her husband Kulvir Singh resident of village Kalyan Sukha and her driver Pragat Singh resident of village Ramnawas and an unknown person under various sections and arrested them. The police is interrogating the accused, so that it can be known that how many people have been cheated by the said people till now and what they used to do as fake judges.

According to Jasvir Singh, ASI of Thana Thana, the police got information that Jasveer Kaur, a resident of village Kalyan Sukha, along with her husband Kulvir Singh, driver Pragat Singh and an unknown person had formed a gang. Accused Jasveer Kaur pretends to be a judge and has put a red plate on her husband’s Brezza car (PB-03AK-0063), on which the District Sessions Court is written. His car is driven by accused Pragat Singh. Jasveer Kaur has also made a fake ID card of Judicial Magistrate First Class Civil Judge. These people do fraud in the name of getting government jobs by taking gullible people under their guise.

Based on the information, the police team arrested all the three accused and registered a case, while the car has also been recovered from the accused. Investigating officer of the case ASI Jasveer Singh said that the accused are being interrogated. In the investigation done so far, it has come to the fore that the accused have cheated more than 24 people of lakhs of rupees on the pretext of getting jobs. At present, the police remand will be obtained by presenting the accused in the court, so that after interrogation more revelations can be made in the case.


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