100 crore fraud with 28 thousand people of 3P state: 1,346 FIRs across the country
(Agencies) New Delhi, Haryana Police have busted a massive network of cybercriminals spread across the village of Nrinha. A new ‘Jamtara’ has emerged in Haryana as the original Jamtara is located in Jharkhand.
And considered a stronghold of cyber thugs. Shocking revelations have been made based on the interrogation of a cybercriminal who was arrested by carrying out a special operation in the village of Nunhna in Jamtara, Haryana.
Haryana Police has exposed that a fraud of Rs.100 crores has been committed through the network of cybercriminals. Not only were these cybercriminals carrying out frauds across the country through fake SIM cards, Aadhaar cards, etc., these criminals also kept bogus bank accounts open, in which they transferred the fraud money so that the police could not reach them.
These criminals targeted people from Delhi to Adaman-Nicobar. The mega network of this cyber criminal was spread across the country and the police have arrested around 28,000 cases of cyber crime by conducting special operations. 1,346 FIRs have been lodged against cybercriminals in various police stations across the country.
Superintendent of Police of Nooh Varun Singla said that on the night of April 7-8, 10 teams of 5,000 policemen conducted raids in 14 villages of Nooh district and arrested 15 suspected hackers, out of which 66 accused have been identified and arrested. All these were produced in the court and remanded for 11 days. After that the cyber criminal was interrogated strictly and intensively.
Cybercriminals have said that they have been cheating people with new techniques through fake SIM and Aadhaar cards. Police are also probing the mobile SIM cards seized during the raids.
After taking this cybercriminal on remand, Haryana DGP Prashanth Kumar prepared a team of 40 cyber experts from across the state to interrogate this gang of thugs. With the help of this expert, the arrested cyber thugs were interrogated.