In a bizarre turn of events, a man from Gandhinagar, Gujarat was caught while posing as an NIA secret agent to impress his wife. The man, identified as 31-year-old Gunjan Kantiya, had been using a forged ID card for 4 years according to the police.
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It is not uncommon for men to attempt difficult and daring tasks in order to win the hearts of their partners. Kantiya, however, took things one step further and masqueraded as a secret agent – a plan that quickly and catastrophically backfired, eventually leading to his arrest.
On Tuesday evening, Kantiya took his wife to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) office in Ahmedabad. His plan was to prove to her that he was indeed a secret agent. However, things didn’t go as planned.
As Kantiya entered the NIA office with his wife waiting outside in their parked car, his fake identity was quickly discovered by the officials. He was apprehended and taken to the nearby Gujarat Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) headquarters.
The police revealed that Kantiya had downloaded logos and signatures of high-ranking officers from the NIA and other government departments to create the fake IDs.
Kantiya’s actions have landed him in hot water with the authorities. It remains to be seen what legal consequences he will face for his actions.
This incident serves as a cautionary tale for those who may consider taking extreme measures to impress others. The truth always has a way of coming out, and the consequences can be severe.