Aggarwal told that the alleged cyber thugs tell people that you will have an OTP for registration, you should tell them so that the process of your registration can be completed. He told that as soon as people are told OTP, cyber criminals withdraw money from people’s accounts.
He has appealed to the citizens not to come under the pretense of such thugs and not to give any of their information to them, if anyone makes such a call, inform the police.
In Noida, two people have filed a complaint of cyber fraud in the police. Inspector-in-charge of Police Sector 20 K. Singh said that Arun Kumar, living in Sector 15, has lodged a complaint of cyber fraud in the police station, stating that by becoming a customer care employee of a company on the phone, a person took out about 18,000 thousand rupees from his account in three times.
The station in-charge said that a similar complaint was lodged by Srishti Rai, who lives in Haraula village, stating that the cyber thugs withdrew Rs 15,000 from her account. He told that the police is investigating these cases.
On Friday, 29 new cases of corona virus have been reported in district Gautam Buddha Nagar.He said that in the last 24 hours, 47 patients were discharged from various hospitals on recovery, while the treatment of 402 infected people is going on in different hospitals here. Dr. Dohr said that so far 24,974 new cases of corona virus have been reported in the district, out of which 24,482 have been discharged from hospitals after getting infection free. He said that till now samples of 6,26,580 people have been sent for covid-19 examination.
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