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MP STF arrests wing commander for impersonating Shah

By Indian Mandarins- 10 Jan 2020
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In an unprecedented development, STF in Madhya Pradesh arrested a wing commander of Indian Air Force for allegedly impersonating Union home minister Amit Shah. The officer made a phone call to governor to influence appointment of a vice-chancellor in a medical university.

The STF also arrested a Bhopal-based dentist who was being recommended by the Air Force officer as vice-chancellor of Jabalpur’s Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University.

The STF confirmed arrest of IAF wing commander Kuldeep Baghela and dentist Chandresh Kumar Shukla on charges of impersonating as home minister Amit Shah and calling the governor over phone to influence the appointment of a vice-chancellor.

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