Delhi: Youths who studied till eighth grade cheated 17 crores of thousand people of the country, all three arrested – Delhi: Youths who studied till eighth grade cheated 17 crores of thousand people

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In the Common Service Center (CSC), the prime plan of the Prime Minister of Digital India, three youths, who had studied up to grade eight in Rajasthan, made a dent. The suspects defrauded people by issuing fake IDs from CSC and fake certificates from many services. The suspects have so far extorted more than Rs 17 crore from more than 1000 people across India.

The special cell of the Delhi Police has rounded up the gang and arrested Monu Sharma (24), Kuldeep Singh (27) and mastermind Chitresh Goyal (26), residents of Sikar, Rajasthan. Prashant Gautam, Deputy Commissioner of Police, IFSO, Special Cell, said the Prime Minister has set a target to set up five lakh CSCs across the country to bring India to digital India. These are set up in places where there is no internet service.

State governments have started using e-Mitra. Under this CSC gives an ID to the applicant. After this he gets permission to open the center. He can update the digital services of the Government of India. In addition, the applicant is authorized to provide other government services to the people. A complaint has been made to IFSO by Akhileshwar Yadav, Consultant/Vigilance, CSC e-Governance Services India Limited.

Such an arrested suspect

Inspector Bhanwar Singh discovered in the investigation that the website from which people are scammed was created in the name of Indian guru Sharma. When this number was traced from which the website is made, it turned out that the mobile number belongs to Monu Sharma. After this, two more mobile numbers were discovered that were used in the fraud. After this, the police arrested all three from Neem and Jaipur police station.

Used to take the amount of the fraud to the mother’s account

Chitresh Goyal is the mastermind of this gang. It was he who created a site similar to CSC. He had provided the payment link on the site’s homepage. It was linked to Chitresh’s mother’s bank account. The suspect had created many WhatsApp groups. The three accused told people to get CSC ID, TEC (Telecom Entrepreneur Course) certificate, RAP (Rural Authorized Person) certificate, IIBF (Indian Institute of Banking and Finance) certificate and VLE. He always deposited Rs 1472 in the name of fees from the people who fell into trap.

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