Fraudsters Cheat Cadila Pharma VP Of Rs 3.95 Lakh 

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Fraudsters Cheat Cadila Pharma VP Of Rs 3.95 Lakh 

| Updated: April 24, 2024 12:16

Bhushan Rajput did not share bank details or click on any link

In a strange and shocking case of cyber crime, Bhushan Rajput, executive vice-president of Cadila Pharma based in Dholka, lost Rs 3.95 lakh though he did not share his bank details or click on the web link sent to him by the fraudsters. 

Rajput, 53, a resident of Parkview Society on Science City Road, said in his FIR with Bodakdev police that on April 8, he received a message from an unknown person informing him that he had received a reward of Rs 8,400 from SBI net banking and that the deadline to claim the reward was April 8. Rajput mentions in the police complaint that he did not click on the link sent to him. 

Another message from an unknown number informed him that Rs 24,500 was debited from his bank account. Rajput called up the bank manager at once and informed him about the message. The manager told him that his account did not reflect any transaction. However, Rajput blocked his account. 

Money siphoned off

Rajput again visited the bank again on April 12, but was told that his account had not recorded any transaction. So, he unlocked his savings bank account and checked it. He found that no transaction had taken place but Rs 3.95 lakh had been debited from his home loan account!

Rajput said in his FIR that he had not shared any OTP or net banking details with anyone and neither had he clicked on any link.

Bodakdev police have registered a complaint of breach of trust and cheating under the provisions of IPC and the Information Technology Act.

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