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Tribune Information Service
Jammu, June 25
The Crime Department, Jammu, registered a case in opposition to a Mumbai-based man for duping a Jammu lady lecturer of Rs 9.19 lakh by way of shadi.com web site.
The cheat has been recognized as Rajeev Bharanatti, resident of Flat No-104, Mahavir Darshan, Plot No-5A, Sector-06, Kopar Khairnee, Navi Mumbai.
In line with a handout issued by the Crime Department, each the accused and the sufferer got here to know one another on the matrimonial website and remained in fixed contact till the complainant was duped.
A written grievance was obtained by the Crime Department, Jammu, that the lady got here in touch with the accused by way of matrimonial website shadi.com in 2015 and remained in fixed contact with him on phone.
Later, the accused demanded some cash from the complainant on the pretext of ailment of his father, who was to purportedly endure remedy and kidney transplant, with the reassurance that he would return the identical. The complainant trusted the accused and transferred Rs 9.19 lakh from her checking account to completely different accounts of the accused on completely different events.
After a while the accused began avoiding the complainant and in the end didn’t attend her calls. This led the complainant to understand that she had been duped.
The Crime Department, Jammu, initiated a preliminary verification and it was prima facie established that the complainant has been duped of her hard-earned cash by the accused by way of matrimonial website shadi.com.
A case beneath Part 420 of the IPC was registered in opposition to the Mumbai man.
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