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VILLUPURAM: A computer system centre in Tindivanam was sealed on Monday for alleged sale of pretend voter identification cards. Research is on for the centre’s proprietor, D Suresh (52) of Tindivanam, who absconded on Monday morning.
Official resources from the profits office said that M Selvaraj (57) of Naduvandhal village around Mailam in Villupuram got his voter identification card by Raghavendra Printers, a pc centre in Kamatchi Amman Temple at Tindivanam.
Nonetheless, Selvaraj was in for a awful shock on Monday when inquiring for modifications on his Aadhaar card at an e-assistance centre in the Tindivanam Tahsildar’s business office. “For identity evidence alongside with his software, he gave his voter ID card. Officials identified that the card was pretend,” said profits section sources.
The e-services centre team alerted Tahsildar Vasanth Krishnan and Tindivanam sub-collector MP Amith about the phony card.
Officers sealed the pc centre. Based on a grievance from Tindivanam village administrative officer Vinothkumar, a circumstance was submitted and search is on for Suresh. “The accused cheated folks who contacted his centre for voter identity cards by means of on-line portals. He designed bogus playing cards himself,” explained a senior official from the Tindivanam taluk place of work. Probe is on.