Police handed over money to appellants


Cyber Crime:

SRINAGAR: Crime Branch, Jammu, which had unearthed the gang of interstate cyber criminals few days back, Saturday handed over the recovered amount of `35.60 lacs to the complainant in compliance with the court orders. 

According to Crime Branch Officials at least 7 imposters were held in a case related to cyber crime. “The arrested fraudsters were Chander Shaker Kandpal of Jaipur Rajisthan, Shiv Kumar of Noida UP,  Anil Kumar of Uttrakhand, Arun Dass of New Delhi, Rajeev Tanwar  and Sachin Bhardwaj  both from  Delhi, and Pushkar Chaudhary from Haryana.”

 “After putting in hard efforts, the entire amount of `35.60 lacs was recovered by the Crime Branch at the instance of these accused persons and their relatives. The recovered money was kept in safe custody and in compliance with the court orders, Mubassir Latifi, SSP Crime Branch, Jammu flanked by other senior officers of the Crime Branch handed over the money to the complainants on Saturday.”

According to Crime Branch the investigation of the case is still under progress as involvement of some of the Nationalized as well as private banks, Insurance companies etc has surfaced, who had shared the data pertaining to their respective clients with these fraudsters.

Mubassir Latifi appealed to the public at large that “come what may” all such unsolicited calls be avoided abinito and under no circumstances the personal details, account numbers, PIN Codes, ATM Card numbers, Credit card Numbers, CVV codes, Internet Banking passwords etc. be shared with anybody including the so called bank/RBI/SBI/Insurance Company officials, who make calls to cheat people.

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