NEW DELHI: The Chandni Chowk police have arrested a man for selling forged school and university degrees. The police party that raided the office of the culprit, who was running an institution named Bharati College, recovered a dozen forged documents from the premises on March 10.

The police said that the culprit, C. B. Lal Saxena, was involved in at least nine cases of cheating. Sanjay Mahajan, a resident of Preet Vihar, went to him as a decoy and sought to purchase a Delhi University graduation degree for Rs 6,000.

Saxena showed the boy a degree, complete with the signature of the Vice-chancellor. Only, the candidate’s name had not been filled in. This was to be written after the payment had been made.

Article extracted from this publication >>  March 24, 1989