Police launch probe to find man, who posed as Manish Sisodia’s PA to seek admissions in schools


A man posing as Delhi deputy chief minister, Manish Sisodia’s PA, had recently called at least three schools in the national capital asking for admissions.

Delhi Police

Police have now launched a probe to ascertain the identity of the impersonator in question.

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According to Delhi police a man claiming to be Sisodia’s PA, had recently called up schools in the city to enquire about nursery admissions.

The man, according to cops, called at least three schools in Vasant Kunj and Ashok Vihar.

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“When principals and school managements contacted Delhi Secretariat to verify the calls, they found no such calls or text messages were made. A Delhi Secretariat official filed a complaint and a case of impersonation was registered at IP Estate police station,” a police officer was quoted by Indian Express.

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