A protection ministry official discovered it costly to pay three rupees from the UPI app 'Bhima'. As quickly because the sufferer of the cyber criminals paid the small quantity of three rupees, the checking account bought 50 thousand rupees cleared. Police Tilak Marg police have began an investigation on this regard by submitting an FIR. In this connection, Bhanu Prakash Singh, a sufferer of cyber fraud, has filed FIR No. four on 21 January 2020 in Tilak Marg police station beneath part 420. However, the incident is dated 18 January.
According to the FIR, the sufferer has registered the handle at Raksha Bhawan on Man Singh Road. Since the Ministry of Defense has turn into a sufferer of cyber thugs, the New Delhi District Police has been hiding your entire matter from the media for four-five days. <! –
According to the FIR's Majmoon, "The sufferer despatched a courier packet to Visakhapatnam on January 11, 2020. The courier didn’t arrive on the vacation spot in time. Meanwhile, on January 18, somebody made a telephone name to his cellular from an unknown quantity. The unknown particular person instructed Bhanu that his handle was not up to date. According to her, Bhanu instructed the handle.
According to the FIR, "As soon as the address was updated, the stranger who called the phone sent a link and asked Bhanu to click it and pay three rupees." Bhanu despatched cost of three rupees from Bhima App. With this, at half previous 5 within the afternoon, 5 thousand two instances, 15 thousand rupees at one time and 25 thousand rupees have been withdrawn from his account on the final time. Suddenly seeing the 50 thousand rupees popping out of the account mysteriously, the sufferer grew to become suspicious. It was late by then. The sufferer who misplaced Rs 50,000 from the checking account additionally spoke to the financial institution.
The sufferer didn’t get any passable reply from the Gopalapatnam (Visakhapatnam) department of State Bank of India. Then after 2-Three days, the sufferer reached Tilak Marg police station in New Delhi to register an FIR. According to the FIR, the victims are at the moment hooked up to the National Defense College. In this regard, no official assertion has been issued by New Delhi District DCP Dr. Ish Singhal and Delhi Police Spokesman Mandeep Singh Randhawa or Additional Spokesperson Anil Mittal even after a number of days of the incident. According to Tilak Marg police station sources, "Since the case of cyber cheating is related to the person associated with the Ministry of Defense." Therefore, the Delhi Police is avoiding bringing the matter to the media's consideration.