A designated court has mandated the trial of a young man who falsified his papers to get a student permit for the country of Australia.
Extra hearings Judge Reetesh Singh gave the order while throwing out an appeal put forward by a student from Punjab, Raveet Singh Cheema, who had looked to get an honorary court ruling on fraud accusations and forgery against him thrown out. He had earlier falsified his papers also.
The Judge respected the decision and Judgement of the court, stating that there is clearly enough evidence before the court to convict the litigator.”
“As long as the current case is concerned, an application for a permit grant issued by the litigator has been transferred to the high commission of Australia attached with a support letter which has been certified false,” the court stated.
Lawyer to Cheema countered that his client was initially heading for Australia to further his education and required a student permit to achieve that. He presented his passport to the Devender Singh Rajput for processing of his permit fees of around Rs 1.23, his lawyers said. He argued that it was not his client who had presented the falsified papers, rather it was Rajput. The accusers vehemently contended the supplication that Cheema had confessed to putting pen to paper on the application for a permit grant which was presented to the High Commission in Australia.
Together with the request for a permit, a letter for support of Aruna Chandok was also discovered to be falsified, the accusers stated, adding that the accused intentionally misrepresented the papers in a bid to secure a student permit.
It stated, however, that whether Cheema had committed the said crime is an issue of the court judgment and cannot be discussed at the point of accusation.
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