BSF constable arrested

by Editorial

A Delhi Police special cell busted a nexus of cyber criminals involved in siphoning off about Rs 70 lakh from a large number of Permanent Retirement Account Number (PRAN) of Border Security Force employees and arrested the mastermind behind it.
The accused Ghanshyam Yadav, 33, a native of Prayagraj, was a BSF constable, before being sacked from the services in 2019 for being absent without permission. A car bearing the sticker of police, six SIMs, one pair of police uniforms with UP police badge, four mobile phones, a Wi-Fi router connected for the commission of the offence, two forged rubber stamps, one Adhaar card in name of assured identity Shyam Singh, one PAN card in name of Kumari Savita Sinh, and two debit cards,
“The cheated amount parked in three accounts in Kotak Mahindra bank, IDFC First bank and Union Bank of India, have been frozen,” a police officer said.

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