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Pune Cyber Police have achieved a significant breakthrough by apprehending an accused individual from Agra Jail in connection with a fraud case involving a prominent doctor who was swindled out of Rs 2 crore.
The arrest was made based on a case registered at the cyber police station in Pune, which has been investigating cyber thieves involved in fraudulent activities nationwide, luring victims with false promises of recovering insurance policy amounts. The mastermind behind the scam, Bablu Bindeshwar Paswan (37), a resident of Faridabad, Haryana, was arrested by the cyber police.
Several other accomplices involved in the case, including Sandeep Kumar Dharmapal from Ghaziabad, Sahib Khan Naseer Ali, Tuajib Aqeel Ahmed from Kasganj, Uttar Pradesh, and Shahwan Salim Ahmed from Delhi, were also implicated. A thorough technical investigation uncovered the extensive fraudulent activities orchestrated by Paswan and his associates.
Currently, Paswan is serving time in Agra Jail, Uttar Pradesh. Following court orders, the cyber police team took Paswan into custody and transported him to Pune for further investigation.
The probe revealed that the cyber criminals utilized 41 accounts from 18 different banks as part of their scheme to defraud doctors.This successful operation was carried out under the guidance of Deputy Commissioner of Police Srinivas Ghadge, Assistant Commissioner of Police Vijaykumar Palasule, and Senior Police Inspector Meenal Supe-Patil.
The dedicated team comprised Police Inspector Chandrashekhar Sawant, along with constables Praveen Singh Rajput, Vaibhav Mane, Rajudas Chavan, and Kiran Jamdade.