New Delhi: Taking the probe further in the Delhi University fake admission case, the Delhi police on Wednesday arrested four more persons for their alleged involvement in admissions to Ramjas College in North Delhi on forged Class XII mark-sheets.

Those arrested have been identified as Naresh Tau, Rohit Lama, Kuldeep Soni and MS Setha.

According to the police, all the accused were students of Ramjas College.

Sources said, Naresh and Rohit had confessed their involvement in securing admission to the college based on fake documents. Moreover, they also revealed to be in the business since a long time.

“The accused had got over 20 students enrolled in the college so far. They offered admissions for Rs 2 lakh to Rs 6 lakh,” said DCP IB Rani while talking to reporters here.
Many students had taken admission in Ramjas College on the basis of fake Class XII mark-sheets.

After getting crucial links from the police, the college administration started cross checking the documents and further filed complaints against over 30 students. While eight arrests have been made so far, some more suspects are under police scanner.

JPN/Bureau