The Delhi Police has busted a gang, arresting 4 cheats who duped greater than 1,800 folks on the pretext of providing them life certificates for pensioners, officers mentioned on Wednesday.
The accused had been recognized as Amit Khosa, Kanav Kapoor, Binoy Sarkar and Shankar Mondal, they mentioned.
According to police, the matter got here to gentle after a grievance was acquired from the National Informatics Centre that some fraudsters created a web site https://jeevanpraman.on-line/ resembling the federal government portal.
Majority of the content material was copied from the precise authorities portal and so they had been accepting funds by this faux web site from the shoppers for Jeevan pramaan companies.
Police mentioned Jeevan Praman is an initiative of Government of India launched on November 10, 2014. It is a biometric-enabled digital service for one crore pensioners of the central authorities, state authorities and different authorities organizations.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Cyber Cell) Prashant Guatam mentioned it surfaced throughout inquiry that by the web site https://jeevanpraman.on-line, the accused requested the applicant to fill within the type for Jeevan Pramaan and acquired a registration price of Rs 199 per applicant and cheated widespread public within the identify of offering Jeevan Pramaan.
A case was registered on this regard and through investigation, the workforce gathered technical info of the alleged web site, financial institution particulars and name particulars from the web site registrar, banks and scrutinized it. On the idea of technical investigation, the workforce recognized and apprehended the accused after conducting raids in Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Telangana, the officer mentioned.
Police mentioned they’ve recovered a laptop computer, 10 cellphones and SIM playing cards.
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