Boy arrested for impersonating as girl in JST test
Friday, January 11, 2013
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SUKKUR: Security men, posted at the Pilot School, Larkana, where a centre for female candidates appearing in the test for Junior School Teacher (JST) conducted by the NTS was set up, foiled on Thursday the attempt of a youth who wanted to enter into the centre impersonating as a female. The youth disguised, as a female wore a veil, women dress and held a purse in hand.
The Rangers personnel stopped ‘her’ and forced her to show face. The youth in a female voice told the Rangers that ‘she’ was pregnant, belonged to a Syed family and would not show ‘her’ face. A lady police constable was called but even then the youth declined to show ‘her’ face. It was enough for the Rangers to become sure that ‘she’ was a boy and they forcibly unveiled ‘her’ to find a boy impersonating a girl. Immediately, the police arrested him and locked him up in Police Lines Police Station.
The youth said he intended to appear in the test on behalf of his sister. He also said he was a college student and wanted her sister to passed the test. Police have registered a case of impersonation and fraud.