₹ 1,19,000 / – were returned in four different cases of cyber fraud.
In the cases of cyber fraud with the general public in different ways, the amount of fraud of ₹ 1,19,000 (one lakh nineteen thousand) was returned by Rajgarh cyber cell Under the guidance of District Police Captain Rajgarh Shri Pradeep Sharma (IPS), people in the district are constantly being made aware to avoid fraudsters from cyber fraud. Still, knowingly or unknowingly people are falling prey to cyber fraud and fraud. Complaints of four similar cases were received in the Cyber Cell Rajgarh, in which the accused had cheated the victims by giving them various kinds of lures. It is noteworthy that in the last few days in the district, people were cheated of cyber by giving various types of greed to the general public, complaints of 4 such cases were received in Rajgarh Cyber Cell in which different types of cyber frauds were reported with four different people.
Incidents happened in which complainant (1) Parvat Singh Ahirwar resident Suthalia resident Suthalia’s account was withdrawn by unknown accused ₹ 23,000/-! The complainant (2) Anil Meena resident Biaora’s credit card was withdrawn by some unknown person, complainant (3) Adil Khan resident Rajgarh, a financial fraud of ₹ 50,000/- was committed in the name of selling electronic goods online, In the name of getting a job with the complainant (4) Shashikantsingh resident of Rajgarh, financial fraud of ₹ 14,000/- was done by the said victims who lodged their complaints in the Rajgarh cyber cell, in connection with the above complaints, in-charge of cyber cell by Inspector Prakash Patel, Police Captain Rajgarh Shri Pradeep Sharma (IPS) was apprised. Under the able guidance of the Captain of Police and under the direction of Additional Superintendent of Police Mankamna Prasad, Team Inspector Prakash Patel of Cyber Branch Rajgarh, P.R. Pradeep Sharma, constable Shashank Yadav, constable Pawan Meena, R. Jaiprakash, constable Sumit, female constable Rashmi Sharma, acting quickly and promptly on the complaints of the victims, after obtaining information about the bank accounts of the accused people from various banks, by putting a hold in the bank accounts of the accused, the amount of fraud was ₹ 1,19,000.