swaroop nagar: indictment filed against three fraudsters | Kanpur News

Kanpur: Police have filed an indictment against the three men accused of cyber fraud of Rs 65 lakh from Swaroop Nagar branch of Union Bank of India.
The cyber crooks had obtained RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) in nine accounts in the name of Vishal Auto Movers, around Rs 65 lakh in other accounts.
Vishal Auto Movers has a loan account in the Swaroop Nagar branch of Union Bank.
In the FIR recorded at Swaroop Nagar Police Station on September 10, 2021, Branch Manager Vinay Dixit alleged that on September 9, 2021, he received a call. In the Truecaller was the name of Daulat Singh Bhadauria, who is the manager of Vishal Auto Movers.
The caller said his checkbook had expired, so for some customers, RTGS had to be done immediately in their accounts.
After that, Rs 65 lakh rupees was transferred to nine bank accounts.
When Daulat Singh Bhadauria came to the bank, bank officials verified with him the transfer of Rs 65 lakh to nine bank accounts. He, however, denied having made such a transaction.
ACP Swaroop Nagar Braj Narayan Singh said the case was filed against unidentified disbelievers.
Later, police arrested Vikas Gupta and Sumit Chauhan, residents of Vikas Kunj in Ghaziabad and Ankush Gandhi, residents of Meher Colony, Faridabad, Haryana and sent them to jail.
In the case, police on Friday filed an indictment against the three defendants in court under the fraud and computer law articles, the CPA added.

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