Delhi News : Father Got Admission Through Fake Document But Child Innocence Opened The Truth

A businessman changed the name of his son and father through forged documents and got them admitted in EWS category in Sanskriti School in Chanakyapuri, but the whole matter got exposed due to the child’s innocence. In fact, the child objected to his new name by other children and the teacher, saying that his name is not this but something else. Finally, on the complaint of Sanskriti School, the police registered a case. The High Court granted conditional anticipatory bail to the father of the child.

It is interesting to note that the said child was earlier admitted in the first class in DPS, New Delhi, but after admission in Sanskriti School, the child did not go to the said school, due to which the school administration had stopped coming for only two days and not depositing the fees. His name was dropped from the school. On the other hand, after the matter came to light in Sanskriti School, his father got re-admissioned in DPS after paying the fees of about six months.

Gaurav Goyal, the father of the accused and the child, lives on Malkaganj Bungalow Road. The petitioner said that he has been implicated in the fake case while his son is studying in DPS and his elder son studies in Sanskriti school and he wanted his younger son to study in the same school. The petitioner said that it is her dream that her children study in reputed schools.

Police arguments in court
On the other hand, the Chanakyapuri police station, while presenting the report in the court, said that on the complaint of the school administration, it was found in the investigation that the name of the child and his father’s name were shown in the nursery by showing the name of the child and the name of the couple, resident of Railway Colony, Sanjay Camp Chanakya Puri, by illegally preparing documents. Enrolled in the category.

According to the school administration, when the child started being called by a new name in the class, the child objected saying that his name is another and the father’s name has also been misspelled.

Police said that during investigation it was found that Nitin Sharma, a resident of Shahdara, used to come to pick up the child from the school on a motor cycle. When Nitin was arrested and questioned, he told that he works with Gaurav Goyal. He used to take the child from school on a motor cycle and go some distance away. From there the child used to drop the house by Skoda and I-20 car. Apart from this, Gaurav had threatened that if he informed anyone about this fact, he would be fired from his job.

had tried admission before
The police told the court that Gaurav had filled the nursery admission form in the academic session 2018-19 with the real name of his child, but due to non-admission, he got admission in the EWS category in the academic session 2019-20 through fake documents. The photograph of the child on the farm in two sessions is the same.

On checking in DPS, it was found that no child with this name was admitted in his school in the year 2018 but on 28 February 2019, the child was admitted in the first class with this name in the general category. The said child came to school only on two days i.e. on 5th and 15th April and after that never came to school.

The school sent notices to the child’s father several times but did not get any response. After all, on August 6, 20, the father of the child wrote a letter requesting for re-admission and deposited the full fee. Police said that all this happened only after the case of Sanskriti School came to light.

Justice Anu Malhotra, after hearing both the sides, said that whether the fake documents were made or not, the issue would be decided only after hearing in the trial court. At present, they provide conditional bail to the accused. The court granted him bail on a personal bond of Rs 1 lakh and another surety. The court has directed the accused not to go out of the country, not to influence the witnesses, to cooperate in the investigation and to give his mobile number to the investigating officer.

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