Cyber Police Jammu nabbed a lady fraudster in Rs 34 Lacs Pension fraud case from Ludhiana, Punjab

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Cyber Police Station Jammu has succeeded in apprehending a lady fraudster involved in 34 Lakh rupees pension fraud case. Regarding which case FIR no 10/2021 u/s 66D IT Act ,420 IPC has been registered at Cyber Police Station Jammu.

The accused lady has been identified as Daljit kour W/o Shingara Singh R/o Sahnewal, Ludhiana Punjab.

On 20-02-2021, complainant namely Inder Pal Singh S/O Des Raj R/O H. No. 03 State Bank Colony Talab Tillo Jammu reported at Cyber Police Station Jammu that he was duped by unknown fraudsters on the pretext of buying units of Canadian Pension fund and convinced the complainant for good returns. Complainant got trapped in the luring offer and consequently lost Rs 34 lacs in consecutive 36 transactions.

During the course of investigation I/O succeeded in identifying the lady accused whose three bank accounts viz yes Bank, Kotak Bank and Bank of India were involved, in which total of Rs 24 Lacs of the complainant’s defrauded hard earned money was credited from complainant’s account.

SP Cyber Police Station after ascertaining the location of the lady accused deputed dedicated team headed by Inspector Vikram Sharma, Investigating officer of the case under the direct supervision of DySP Cyber Priyanka to apprehend the accused.The deputed team acting swiftly arrested the accused from Snehawal Ludhiana Punjab alongwith her 02 mobiles and sims as well as 08 banks Paasbooks/02 ATM cards registered in her name. Further investigation revealed that she is graduate of 1980. She was brought at Cyber Police Station Jammu after completing all legal procedures. Police is also searching for other fraudsters involved in the commission of the offence. Further sustained questioning of the arrested accused by the Police is going on to ascertain involvement of the accused into the case.

Cyber Police Jammu SP Naresh Singh appeal general Public not to share bank OTP , UPI PIN etc and never get illured with cheap online offers floating on social media and other online platforms offering products with unjustified and cheaper price. Never completely rely on informations like customer care numbers , fake links etc floating on web space which often pop up on your screen as part of search results history on search engines. Review periodically security of your online accounts. Stay alert and vigilant against these online fraudsters.