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Police, family confirm ‘NASA’ fraud

DC CORRESPONDENT
Published Oct 30, 2014, 1:00 pm IST
Updated Mar 30, 2019, 5:56 pm IST
In 2013, Arun realized that he could not realize his dreams and went to Bhutan
A team of Special Branch officials had been to Arun's house on Tuesday and collected the documents including his passport. (Photo: DC)
 A team of Special Branch officials had been to Arun's house on Tuesday and collected the documents including his passport. (Photo: DC)

Kochi: The police has confirmed that claims made by Arun P V that the US space research agency, NASA, had relaxed a citizenship rule for giving him a job were fake. After verifying Arun's documents and passport, police found that Arun has no connection with NASA.

According to top  police sources, Arun is yet to travel outside the country.The police has not received any complaint against Arun. According to Director General of Police Balasubramanian K S the police cannot suo motu initiate a case.

 

Meanwhile parents of Arun have told media persons that a few persons had promised to get him a place in NASA. In 2013, he realized that he could not realize his dreams and went to Bhutan and joined the Department of Information and Technology, Royal University of Bhutan, to escape the humiliation, parents said. Arun has not revealed any of the details to his parents and the news came as a shock to them.

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Location: Kerala




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