The New Indian Express
Faridabad: Faridabad police have cracked down on a cyber prison gang for allegedly defrauding Exim Firm, an import-export company owned by Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor’s father-in-law. Around Rs 27 crore has been revealed within the case.
It is realized that the fraudsters defrauded Sonam Kapoor’s husband Harish Ahuja’s Faridabad-based agency Shashi Export Factory. The investigation revealed that Harish Ahuja had misappropriated state and central taxes and levies for his company primarily based on a pretend digital signature certificates.
Faridabad Police Commissioner Nitish Agarwal has described the procedures utilized by fraudsters to defraud cyber fraud. The authorities affords some incentives to export companies within the type of ROSCTL licenses, qualifying for sure concessions in excise and customs duties.
DCP says these ROSCTL licenses are related to digital coupons value a number of lakh rupees. The fraudsters obtained and transferred 154 ROSCTLs value of Ahuja’s agency value Rs 27.61 crore. They are open to pretend and fictional organizations.
Sonam Ahuja’s father-in-law complained about this in July final 12 months. Faridabad police have quietly carried out an investigation into the grievance and have arrested 9 individuals who have been concerned in cyber fraud in numerous elements of the nation, corresponding to Karnataka, Delhi, Mumbai and (*27*).
Officials say the final arrest was made on December 23 final 12 months, with a number of the accused being former clerks and workers of the Directorate of Foreign Trade, well-versed in technical issues and DGFT’s work.
The DCP has recognized the accused as Manoj Rana, Manish Kumar, Praveen Kumar, Lalit Kumar Jain and Manish Kumar Moga, together with Bhushan Kishan Thakur of Mumbai and Suresh Kumar Jain of (*27*).
The different two arrested within the rip-off have been recognized as Ganesh Parshuram of Raichur in Karnataka, Rahul Raghunath of Raigarh and Santosh Sitaram of Pune.