Porbandar Resident Arrested for Passport Fraud at Ahmedabad Airport

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Porbandar Resident Arrested for Passport Fraud at Ahmedabad Airport

| Updated: June 12, 2024 20:35

A complaint was filed on Tuesday by the Assistant Immigration Officer of Ahmedabad Airport against Dilip Rajubhai Modhavadiya, a resident of Porbandar, Gujarat. Modhavadiya is accused of possessing a counterfeit Indian passport under the alias of Ram Raju Bagoan, a Portuguese national from Valsad.

Modhavadiya was apprehended during an immigration check at Terminal 2 of the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (SVPI) while he was attempting to board flight AI 171 to London. He was found in possession of a UK resettlement visa, which was based on the identity of a Portuguese national.

The arrest occurred during an immigration check at 10:00 AM when Immigration Officer Anil Karnai discovered discrepancies in Modhavadiya’s travel documents. Modhavadiya was unable to provide valid documents to verify his parentage and could only present a suspicious birth certificate from Devbhoomi Dwarka. Upon referral to the wing in charge, S. Jagseshan, Modhavadiya confessed to his real identity as Dilip Rajubhai Modhavadiya, a resident of Porbandar, Gujarat.

Following his confession of fraudulently obtaining the passport, Modhavadiya was handed over to the SVPIA police. He has been booked under IPC sections 406, 420, 465, 467, 468 and 471 for his alleged involvement in the passport fraud.

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