Gurugram Cyber ​​Fraud Six accused including woman arrested for cyber fraud of Rs 13.2 crore ANN

Haryana Cyber ​​Fraud: Gurugram police has solved a cyber fraud case of Rs 13.2 crore in the country. Police has arrested six accused including a woman after receiving 3591 complaints from across the country. According to Assistant Commissioner of Police Cyber ​​Crime Priyanshu Diwan, 4 mobile phones and 2 SIM cards have also been recovered from the accused. When their data was checked, these crimes were revealed.

Assistant Police Commissioner Cyber ​​Crime Priyanshu Diwan said that the police were investigating cases of cyber fraud.

Investigation revealed that all the six accused, including the woman, used to commit cyber fraud on people through social media. They used to commit cyber fraud by getting money transferred to the accounts mentioned by them. Investigation also revealed that the accused have committed cyber fraud across the country.

Among the accused arrested by the police are Mita resident Gopalpura district Agra, Amit Kumar resident village Untgiri district Agra, besides Nitish, Sachiv and Vinod Kumar have also been arrested by the police in cyber fraud. After investigation, it has been found that the accused have defrauded about 13.2 crore rupees across the country. 170 cases have been registered against them in 3591 complaints. Out of these, 7 cases are registered in Haryana and two cases in Cyber ​​Crime Police Station West.

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