CB arrests two extra in SIM card fraud case- The New Indian Categorical


By Categorical Information Service

BHUBANESWAR:  The Crime Department of Odisha Police on Thursday arrested a telecom firm’s distributor Amitabh Sahoo of Motangaon in Dhenkanal district and retailer Dalagobinda Parida of Kamakhyanagar in reference to SIM card fraud case.

Prime accused of the case, Dushmanta Sahu, had reportedly procured many pre-activated SIM playing cards from the duo and offered the cell phone numbers to cybercriminals in varied elements of the nation. The cyber frauds had created just a few faux WhatsApp accounts of Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla through the use of these numbers and had requested cash from some MPs and different individuals.

Crime Department officers have ascertained that Dushmanta was shopping for BSNL SIM card of Rs 20 by paying Rs 120 to retailers. He was paying Rs 130 to retailers to purchase Vodafone SIM card that price solely Rs 25. Equally, he was paying Rs 140 to purchase Jio SIM card which is accessible freed from price available in the market. Sahu was paying excessive costs for every SIM card as they have been activated utilizing cast paperwork.

The CB has freezed Rs 7.95 lakh from two financial institution accounts of Sahu and Rs 1.6 lakh from his as many Paytm accounts. Officers mentioned Sahu has data about SIM card enterprise as he had earlier labored as collection-cum-marketing agent in Aircel and as a retailer assortment and advertising and marketing agent in BSNL. He has studied BSc, PGDCA and has expertise in digital advertising and marketing.

Sahu and his two associates Sai Prakash Das and Avinash Nayak, who too have been arrested together with him on Might 1, are presently in police remand.  “The Dhenkanal space supervisor of Jio and Vodafone Bhubaneswar’s industrial supervisor will quickly be questioned as lots of of pre-activated SIM playing cards have been seized from the accused. Dhenkanal BSNL’s normal supervisor will even be questioned in reference to the case,” CB ADG Sanjeeb Panda mentioned.


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