Three people detained for tricking people through online lottery, loan apps | Jaipur News

UDAIPUR: Police have arrested three members of an interstate gang who deceived people through fake lottery, loan and online gambling apps.
The defendants were identified as Kishan Lal Jain, a jeweler from Mumbai, Rajmal Regar and Prakash Chand Kharol, a resident of Kankroli in Rajsamand.
Rajsamand SP Sudhir Chaudhary said that Deepchand Gameti, a resident of Burand Kumbhalgarh village filed a complaint at Rajnagar police station against Rajmal Regar and Prakash Kharol alleging that they got a form signed by him to grant a loan to low interest rate.
The police said that when the loan was not sanctioned for a long time, he went to the bank and found that instead of the loan, a fake checking account had been opened in the bank in his name and that transactions worth millions of rupees had been made. According to the police, after being interrogated, the accused threatened the complainant with dire consequences.
After investigation, the police team arrested the accused from Mumbai and Rajsamand. During interrogation, the defendants confessed to receiving Rs 50,000 to Rs 1 lakh per account for selling current bank accounts and Rs 5 lakh to 10 lakh per bank account for selling current bank accounts with GST. So far, they have opened and sold a total of seven fake accounts.
Police said the arrested defendants were being interviewed to explore the possibility of other cases of fraud across the country.
The mastermind of the gang is Kishan Lal Jain, who had invested Rs 17 crore in cinema.

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