The Economic Offences Wing of Delhi Police has registered a case against the managing director of NGO Krishi Bikash Shilpa Kendra (KBSK), Prosenjit Bose, and his organisation for allegedly issuing appointment letter and identity cards, bearing the emblem of the Government of India.
The case was registered after the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) submitted a complaint with the wing in November. Now, the MHA has also asked Delhi Police to submit their report to Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).
“In their complaint, the officials of MHA told the police to take legal action against one Prosenjit Bose, who claimed to be the CMD of KBSK, for misusing the emblem of the Government of India and allegedly duping innocent people,” police sources said.
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Confirming an FIR, Deputy Commissioner of Police (EOW) V K Singh told Newsline, “After investigating the matter, we have registered a case for offences such as cheating and forgery. Further investigations are on.”
Sources further said that the MHA officials told police that Bose was still misusing the emblem and the name of the PMO. “MHA recently came to know that… NGO KBSK claims it is engaged in the implementation of a ‘Twenty-Point Programme’ on the behalf of the Government of India. They are also fraudulently issuing appointment letters and identity cards bearing the emblem,” police sources added.