A team of Kerala Police has verified the academic documents used in the name of Ragav Rajan and found out that they are forged.
The five-member police team found no records of Raghav Rajan from Kalinga Institute of Technology (KIT) but the administration claimed that Bitti Mohanty was enrolled in the institute in Computer Science in 2004.
"The B Tech degree certificate in the name of Raghav Rajan is forged. The same was issued in the name of Bitti," Josi Joesph, who lead the Kerala Police team, told PTI.
The police also found no evidence of Raghav Rajan being enrolled in Stewart school and Christ College Cuttack though his certificates showed that he passed out from the Stewart school in 1999 and from the college in 2001.
Stewart School's principal told PTI, "We did not have any student by the name of Raghav Rajan. The index number and other details in Raghav Rajan's certificates had been issued to Bitti Mohanty.
Biiti is said to have used fake documents to get enrolled in MBA College and later for employment in the State Bank of Travancore. He had been working as a probationary officer in the bank when an anonymous letter claiming his false identity was sent to the bank which subsequently led to his arrest.
In another development, the police have found out by matching finger prints that the person in custody is indeed Bitty Mohanty.
Police are now expected to interrogate Bitti's father, former DGP BB Mohanty.
Biiti Mohanty was arrested in November 2006 for raping a German woman in Rajastan's Alwar. He was found guilty and sentenced to seven years imprisonment but he jumped his parole that year. He had been evading the cops ever since before being arrested again on 8 March, 2013.