- Was cheated in the name of selling liquor online
- 24 thousand were removed from Sanjay Baru's account
- 8th pass accused arrested, made big disclosure
Sanjay Baru, who was the media advisor to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, was a victim of online fraud during the lockdown. Sanjay ordered liquor online, then 24 thousand rupees were withdrawn from Sanjay’s account during the online payment.
To prevent the spread of the corona virus, the central government announced a lockdown, in which everything was closed apart from the availability of essential goods and liquor shops were also closed during this time. In such a situation, Cyber Criminals made a page on the social media by creating an online leaker and a name in the name of a wine shop and cleared the hands of people. The victim of such cyber criminal was Sanjay Baru, who was the media advisor to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
Sanjay Baru was searching online liquor store on internet during lockdown. While searching on Google, Sanjay found a page on Facebook called La Cave Wine Shop.
Sanjay ordered the liquor online by calling the number written on the page. Those claiming to sell alcohol online asked to pay online. During the online payment, 24 thousand rupees were withdrawn from Sanjay’s account and then the cyber criminal stopped his phone after cheating.
Sanjay complained about this at the Hauz Khas police station in Delhi. Investigation revealed that Cyber Criminal had opened a bank account at a fake name address. The investigation was started by the Delhi Police through a technical team. Investigation revealed that they are residents of Cyber Criminal Command, Bharatpur.
After the fraud, the police could not reach them, for this they used SIM cards and bank accounts of other states. They used more SIM cards and bank accounts of Assam, Maharashtra, Punjab and Rajasthan.
When the cyber cell of Delhi Police investigated deeply, it was found that the money that was cheated with Sanjay was transferred to Punjab National Bank. The name of the account holder was Aaqib Javed and the address was from Bharatpur, Rajasthan. The team of Delhi Police raided Aaqib’s Bharatpur house and arrested him.
During interrogation, Aaqib said that he and his associates used to take SIM cards at fake name addresses of other states and then people in different states would call, then hunt. These people used to transfer money in 3 to 4 bank accounts or money wallets of other states in 5 to 10 minutes.
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After that, they used to transfer the money to the account which was their own account, from where they could withdraw money. They used to do everything with such planning that the police could not reach them easily.
Surprisingly, Cyber Criminal Aqib Javed, who cleans the bank accounts of educated people in a blink of an eye, is himself an 8th pass and is a driver in Ola cab. In order to make quick money, he came in contact with the cyber criminal and then started cheating.