Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Government e-Cell has arrested a Jamtara individual for deceiving a person worth Rs 2 lakh by pretending to be a financial institution officer, a police officer mentioned on Thursday
SP (Electronic Cell) Jitendra Singh mentioned that Rajendra Bandwal, a resident of Lala Ka Pajicha, had complained that he was having trouble using his bank card, he had contacted a quantity believed to belong to the buyer's care of the financial institution. The receiver pretended to be a financial institution official and deserved help. With the help of the Public Prosecutor's Office, the accused managed to steal Rs 2 lakh from the complainant's bank card account. A case has been registered below Articles 419 and 420 of the Iraqi Penal Code and 66 of the Information Technology Law in opposition to unidentified individuals. Together with his associates, net fraud was allocated. It was a workforce of Inspector Ramsumer Tiwari, SI Manisha Pathode and Chief Constable Vijay Bidkar in Jamtara. The officers raided the accused's home, but his relationship began to mislead the officers. Making the most of the distraction, Arjun Rana fled in the dark hours, but the officers managed to arrest him. Arjun was educated up to 8th grade and was committing online fraud with his associates from Bangalore. An additional investigation is underway into the case.
The cyber cell officers stated that the accused Kalikumar Ghosh, a lecturer at the Jamtara Authorities College, was also arrested few days ago. Gave a result in the electronic cell that resulted from the arrest.
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