Impostor won many hearts


Within days of the marriage, he got into trouble when his wife nagged him to take him to the Bangalore IAF base. With the help of fake letterheads and certificates, he called up the Yelahanka station and managed to convince them into booking a room in the officer’s guesthouse. The couple enjoyed all the facilities, including food at the mess and IAF transport.

After 10 days, on seeing Deepak lacked OLQ (Officer Like Qualities), a few waiters at the canteen turned suspicious and alerted superior officers. By the time the IAF authorities could verify the couple’s background, the duo had packed up and given the IAF security ring the slip.

“We firmly believe that some insider helped Deepak. Otherwise, it is not possible to hoodwink the IAF men for as long as ten days. He had also borrowed some money from his father-in-law promising to get a job for his brother-in-law in the IAF,” said a police officer. Both Deepak and his wife are now booked. Interestingly, Princy learnt more about her husband only after he was picked up by the police. Subsequently, she filed a cheating case against him. She has told police: “He forced my parents to arrange the marriage in one of the costliest venues with a sprawling courtyard so that he could land by helicopter at an auspicious time.”

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