Cyber Police nabs 2 fraudsters involved in online job fraud case

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 12: Cyber Police Station Jammu has succeeded in apprehending two fraudsters involved in Rs 4.68 lakh online job fraud case.
A case under FIR Number 16/2021 under Sections 66D IT Act and 420 IPC has been registered at Cyber Police Station Jammu against the fraudsters.
The accused persons were identified as Parveen alias Pinnu, son of Munshi Ram of Tilak Gali Thanesar Kurukshetra, Haryana and Arun, son of Samaspal of Laxman Colony Kurukshetra, Haryana.
“On April 11 this year, a complainant namely Priya Raina reported at Cyber Police Station Jammu that she was duped by unknown fraudsters on the pretext of online job fraud. Complainant desperate for job got trapped in the luring offer and consequently lost Rs 4.68 lakh in multiple transactions from different banks”, SP Cyber Police Station Naresh Singh said.
He stated that during the course of investigation Investigating Officer succeeded in identifying the fraudsters who are wrongful beneficiary of the complainant’s defrauded hard earned money.
“After ascertaining the locations of both the accused, a team was deputed headed by Inspector Vikram Sharma, Investigating officer of the case under the direct supervision of DySP Cyber Priyanka kumari to apprehend the accused”, SP said, adding that the team acting swiftly arrested both the accused from Kurukshetra Haryana. Both the accused were 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, SP informed.