Delhi Police busted online fraud racket, 14 people arrested from Jamtara, Jharkhand

The Cyber ​​Cell of Delhi Police on Tuesday arrested 14 people from Jamtara in Jharkhand on charges of online fraud. Police is currently trying to find out the people who have been cheated by interrogating these accused. According to Delhi Police, raids were conducted in Jamtara, from where these 14 accused have been arrested. Police said they targeted bank officials and sometimes bluffed them into making offers from e-shopping companies.

According to the police, the main suspects Ghulam Ansari and Altaf are also among the 14 arrested. Delhi Police said that assets worth Rs 2 crore and SUV worth Rs 20 lakh have been seized from the accused.

The Delhi Police on Monday busted a fake call center and arrested a 24-year-old man and 11 women. They are accused of duping people by giving personal loans at low interest rates through a scheme. 

According to the police, the accused running the call center cheated people by offering cheap loans under a bogus scheme named ‘Pradhan Mantri Loan Yojana’. The mastermind of this gang has been identified as Deepak Saini, a resident of Nangloi. 

According to DCP (Rohini) Pranav Tayal, on Saturday, the police got information about a fake call center operating from Rohini. During the raids, the police found that some men and women were engaged in tele-calling work.

According to the DCP, the investigation revealed that the accused used to cheat people by luring cheap loans under a fake scheme named Pradhan Mantri Loan Yojana. The owner of the call center has not been arrested yet. Police have also recovered a laptop, 29 mobile phones and a tablet besides some other documents from the accused. 

(Ew Correspondent)