Police have recovered the car of the main accused Palak Thakur from the Krishnanagar area in the Durgesh murder case in the house of review officer Ajay Yadav in PGI Vrindavan Colony Sector-14 of capital Lucknow. Santosh Kumar Singh, resident of Baidheenagar Sabahganj, Ayodhya has been arrested for hiding it.
At the same time, the police have sent three teams to arrest the other accused involved in the murder. A search of the documents found in Durgesh's room has started. It has received the appointment letter of the Railway Recruitment Board sent to 25 unemployed. It was revealed in the investigation that the recovery of five to 10 lakh rupees was done from the unemployed.
According to Inspector-in-charge KK Mishra, 30 fake service books have been found from Durgesh's room. The names of employees are also recorded in this. His thumbprints are also there. This service book was used to capture the unemployed. The police have sent these service books to the forensic lab for investigation.
The unemployed mark sheet and Aadhar card recovered
Police have found many important documents including the mark sheet and Aadhaar card of 120 unemployed youths. It also has 23 passbooks of the bank. According to police, all the passes on the vehicles of the fraudsters are scanned. Passed secretariat for investigation. At the same time, the employee in the secretariat who helped the fraudsters. A case will be filed against him.
The network was spread in Purvanchal and Western region
Police investigation revealed that the network of forgery was spread from Purvanchal to western Uttar Pradesh. Durgesh used to cheat the unemployed people of Gorakhpur, Mau, Azamgarh, Basti, Santakbirnagar, Siddharthanagar, Maharajganj, Deoria, Kushinagar. At the same time, Palak Thakur had spread the network in Ambedkarnagar, Ayodhya, Barabanki, Lucknow, Kanpur. On the other hand, Manish Yadav and Manvendra used to cheat the unemployed in the western region districts including Farrukhabad, Bijnor, Etah, Meerut, Bareilly, Firozabad.