Fraud of Rs 25 crore by hacking software, money also sent abroad

Maharashtra Crime: A shocking incident of fraud of Rs 25 crore has come to light by hacking the software of a technology company from Wagle Estate in Thane, Maharashtra. A case was registered in this matter at Srinagar Police Station in Thane on the complaint of the company’s legal advisor Manali Sathe. After receiving the complaint, Thane’s cyber cell has started further investigation.

Prima facie, police investigation found that the fraudulent amount of Rs 1 crore 39 lakh 19 thousand 264 has been deposited in HDFC Bank in the name of Riyal Enterprises. Upon investigating Riyal Enterprises, the police came to know that the company has its offices in Vashi, Belapur and Navi Mumbai. After this, the police went to the offices of Rial Enterprises in Vashi and Belapur and investigated.

Fake companies were created in the name of people
Investigation revealed that five fake firms were established in the name of different persons at Balganesh Tower Station Road within Naupada police station limits. Not only this, from the statement of bank accounts of the company, the police got information about about 260 such bank accounts, from which transactions amounting to Rs 161,8042.92,479 (16 thousand 180 crore 42 lakh 92 thousand 4 hundred 79 rupees) have been made and this Some part of the amount was also sent abroad.

defrauded the government by creating a fake company
Now all these transactions have come on the radar of the police and all the suspicious transactions are under investigation. However, it will be clear only after investigation how much money has been involved in the scam, but it is clear that the government has been defrauded by setting up these unregistered firms.

Police registered a case
In the case, Sanjay Singh, Amol Andhale alias Amar, Kedar alias Sameer, Jitendra Pandey, Naveen and other concerned persons have been booked at Naupada police station in Thane under sections 420, 409, 467, 468 120(B) and section 66 of the Information and Technology Act 2000 ( C) A case has been registered under Section 34 of the Information and Technology Act under Section 66 (D).

All the accused absconding
Police said that at present all the accused are absconding. He took documents for KYC from many people and opened accounts using the documents of many poor middle class people.

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