Fake university certificate racket busted in India

Question: How many are currently working in Singapore with these fake certificates bought from them or other fraudsters?

Saharasamay.com, 15 Sep 2013
City police on Saturday claimed to have busted a fake certificate racket and arrested three members of the gang in Visakhapatnam.
The arrested trio has been identified as Chambalam Kotaiah Santosh Kumar (39), Malla Govinda Rao (35) and Chinthada Krishna (28), Deputy Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) P Vishwa Prasad told reporters in Visakhapatnam.
300 fake certificates of universities, two laptops, two desktops, a colour printer and other equipment have been seized, he said.
The prime accused in the case, Santosh Kumar, who hails from Kerala, allegedly started a bogus academy at Lalithanagar here in 2011. His friend Venkateswara Rao had also opened a similar academy at Dondaparthy in the city.
The duo lured unemployed youths, promising them jobs in India, Singapore and Dubai. They started issuing fake certificates of various degrees with the help of Malla Govinda Rao and Chinthada Krishna. They sold 118 fake certificates in the city for a price in the range of Rs 12,000 to Rs 30,000. Full story