Rohini district police have arrested the suspects of defrauding more than 300 people under the pretext of giving them credit cards. Originally a resident of Varanasi in UP, Rahul Chaurasia lived in Uttam Nagar in Delhi and committed the crime. In this case, the police tied up three girls.
Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police, Rohini District, Dr. According to Rajneesh Garg, Krishna Gaur had filed a complaint on the NCRP portal that he was called on 17 December 22. The caller described himself as Unnati Patel and said that she is Bajaj Finance Ltd. speaking of After coming to the words of the victim woman, he got ready to have a credit card made. He sent the documents mentioned by the girl on WhatsApp. After this, the victim was called by another mobile number and asked to download the app and fill in the details. After this, an OTP came to the victim.
The suspect asked the victim for the OTP number. As soon as the suspect disconnected, Krishna Goud received a message that Rs 15,236 had been deducted from his account. After registering the case, the team of SI Ankur Tomar, SI Ankit Yadav and Havildar Ajay started the investigation under the supervision of Ajay Dalal, in charge of Rohini district cyber police station.
Two girls from Uttarakhand captured
During the investigation, the police discovered that the gang was operating from Meenakshi Garden, Delhi. Based on technical surveillance, Inspector Ajay Dalal’s team caught two girls from Uttarakhand and one from Delhi. At the behest of Rahul Chaurasia, she trapped the victims into giving them credit cards. If a victim fell into their trap, Rahul would talk to the victim afterwards. The girls were unaware of the deception. The girls said that they work for Rahul. He gave data, mobile and salary of the victims.