Bihar Man Arrested For Allegedly Tampering With PM Modi’s Aadhaar Card

The police staff from Gujarat has taken Dubey alongside for additional investigation.


A staff of Gujarat Police on Wednesday arrested an individual from Bihar’s Muzaffarpur district for allegedly tampering with the Aadhaar playing cards of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

Muzaffarpur’s Senior Superintendent of Police Rakesh Kumar mentioned Arpana Dubey alias Madan Kumar was arrested from Sadatpur space of the district.

“The accused hails from Gariba Gaon village within the district. He was pursuing his commencement from a school in Sadatpur locality in Kanti police station space,” mentioned the SSP.

The visiting police staff was assisted by the native police, following “data that there have been makes an attempt to tamper with the Aadhaar playing cards on the web site and the IP tackle was traced to the accused”, he mentioned.

The accused is known to have modified the dates of start of the 2 leaders, amongst different issues, and misused the tampered Aadhaar playing cards, he added.

The police staff from Gujarat has taken Dubey alongside for additional investigation and motion, the officer mentioned.

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