A 46-year-old man right here in Madhya Pradesh allegedly faked his loss of life and used pretend paperwork to demand one crore rupee insurance coverage, police mentioned Monday. Police arrested the accused Abdul Hanif and the physician who drew up a solid doc about Hanif’s loss of life, they mentioned.
A case was additionally filed in opposition to Hanif’s spouse and son, who filed a lawsuit following a criticism from the insurance coverage firm, the official mentioned. In September 2019, Hanif acquired insurance coverage protection within the quantity of Rs 1 crore through on-line mode from the corporate, Kotwali Police Station Chief Umrao Singh mentioned.
Based on him, after making two month-to-month installments, his son Iqbal acquired a loss of life certificates from a neighborhood public authority based mostly on paperwork signed by Dr. Shakir Mansuri. After receiving the certificates, Hanif’s spouse Rehana utilized for an insurance coverage declare within the quantity of Rs 1 crore. Nevertheless, staff of the insurance coverage firm suspected suspicions and examined the paperwork, Singh mentioned.
The insurance coverage firm filed a criticism on this regard with the Dewas police in early 2020.
Police subsequently launched an investigation and just lately discovered Hanif alive, the official mentioned.
Hanif and a health care provider, who claimed to have a level in drugs from Unani, had been arrested Sunday when efforts had been made to seek out Hanif’s fugitive spouse and son, he mentioned.
Based on the official, a case has been opened in opposition to the 4 accused of forging paperwork. He added that the doctorate can also be below scrutiny.
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