Daughter of main accused in NRHM scam arrested at IGI allegedly with forged US visa
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The 21-year-old daughter of IAS officer Pradeep Shukla, an accused in National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) scam, was arrested at the IGI airport on Wednesday evening for allegedly travelling on a forged US visa, officials said.
The accused, identified as Poulumi Pavini Shukla, was apprehended by the officials at the immigration desk when she approached them for a clearance on Wednesday evening.
Shukla was carrying two passports, one which expired and the other one issued in August 2012.
After being arrested on Wednesday, she was produced before a duty magistrate at Dwarka court who let her off on a bail.
Police officials said Shukla was not cooperating in the investigations. She told the officials that she was a student of mathematics at Pennsylvania university in Philadelphia, USA.
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