Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr For Suhas Kadam, winning the 1 crore lottery was a gift and a conclusion to every one of his distresses, or so he thought. Kadam who is a helper at a bread manufacturing unit and part time vegetable seller thought he won an incredible Rs 1.11 crore in a lottery in Maharashtra. Shockingly, he was a part of big racket including fake lottery tickets worth crores of rupees being sold to clueless clients over the state, reports. Kadam, a resident of Nalasopara, went to the lottery office to gather his prize in any case, was informed that there were three claimants of a similar prize. He was then informed that the prize has just been granted to the person who had a honest to genuine ticket. He at that point filed a complaint at Mahatma Phule Police station in Kalyan, after Vashi headquarters of the State Lottery Department told to him that his ticket was fake. The lottery authorities asserted that the tickets are printed inside RBI-controlled units with a unique bar code and henceforth, can’t be reproduced. The police are presently exploring the case and will record other claimants’ announcements also, states the report.