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PM's security glitch: Yogita's car registration papers fake

Onkar Singh in New Delhi | August 10, 2006 09:53 IST

Twenty-five-year-old Yogita Khetwani of Jaipur, who broke into the prime minister's security cordon in July, along with her friend Veena Chaudhary and a boy from Delhi called Imran, has landed herself in fresh trouble.

A senior Delhi police range official investigating the case said that while looking into the registration papers of the Sonata car driven by Yogita, it was found that the papers were fake.
 
While Yogita was booked for impersonation and trespassing, Veena and Imran were booked for trespassing and they were let off on a personal bond of Rs 25,000 each from the Chanakyapuri police station and were handed over to their parents.

"We are now looking for the middleman who made the registration papers for the sale of the car and its transfer," the officer said.

Delhi police may file another case against Yogita for possessing fake documents.

Yogita was driving the car at the time of the incident.

Both Yogita and Veena were sacked from their jobs by Air Sahara within minutes after the incident occured, where they were employed as airhostesses.





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