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Tamper

To meddle, alter, or improperly interfere with something; to make changes or corrupt, as in tampering with the evidence.

tamper

verb alter, change, convert, corrupt, debase, hinder, interfere, intermeddle, intervene, manipulate, meddle
Associated concepts: tamper with a jury, tamper with evidence
See also: disturb
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An inquiry team of the FIA had found Hijazi guilty of tampering the records of companies owned by the Sharif family.
According to the notification, a copy of which is available with Pakistan Today, Farrukh Talal, a keypunch operator at PSQCA, was suspended after an investigation by a committee which found the operator involved in tampering the marks of two candidates for BPS-17 in NUST test.
The petitioner said that three officials of the SECP had been accused in the record tampering case, but the FIA had filed the case only against him.
Another three restaurants were also discovered tampering with the gas supply.
On October 27, the special court had framed charges against Hijazi over tampering with record of the Chaudhry Sugar Mills owned by the family of deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif.
In Surat, Rajkot and Ahmedabad particularly, there are reports of 12-15 seats where the BJP has won massively due to EVM tampering.
Hijazi, , who is out on bail, has been booked in the case in the wake of the Supreme Court's order in the Panama Papers case for allegedly tampering with financial records of the Sharif family's company.
The fine is considered the second-largest tampering fine issued by the NBA, according to USA Today's (https://twitter.
Before it three other officers of SECP including Maheen Fatima, Ali Azeem and Abid have already become approvers in record tampering case.
They reported the tampering to the state and have cooperated with the U.
Details of the suspected tampering - a practice which involves manipulating livestock to make it appear more healthy - has not been disclosed as tests are ongoing.
The FDA continues to request that the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry uses packaging that makes tampering as difficult to get away with as possible, and blister packs have emerged as a popular solution to compliance.