Forgery Case Against Former Teacher Of Thane School, Ex-headmistress And Clerk
On Tuesday, an official reported that the police in Maharashtra's Thane district have filed a case against a former teacher, the ex-headmistress, and a clerk of a private school for allegedly submitting forged documents. The incident took place in Kalyan, where the 58-year-old teacher initially joined the school as an associate teacher in 1994 and provided the necessary certificates at that time. However, due to suspicions regarding the teacher's qualifications, the school management requested her service records, which were not provided by the headmistress and clerk until the teacher's retirement, according to an official from Kolsewadi police station.
Upon scrutinizing the certificates submitted by the teacher during her enrollment, the school management discovered that they were falsified. Subsequently, the school filed a complaint, leading to the registration of a case on Saturday against the former teacher, ex-headmistress, and clerk under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, including cheating, forgery, and criminal acts done in furtherance of common intention (Sections 420, 468, and 34, respectively). As of now, no arrests have been made in connection with the case, as stated by the police.