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A case of fraudulent withdrawal of money from the Ram Mandir Trust in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh has come to light. However, the police have registered a case in this case and started investigation.
- According to the police, an open poll was registered on the third attempt, an FIR was registered when the forgery surfaced
The thugs pulled out 6 lakh rupees from a bank in Lucknow through a clone check from the account of Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust to be built in Ayodhya. The fraud was caught during verification when an attempt was made to withdraw money from the third clone check. The trust has filed an FIR against the unidentified in Ayodhya Kotwali. the police has started to investigate.
According to CO Ayodhya Rajesh Rai, by making a clone check from a bank in Lucknow, two and a half lakhs were withdrawn on 1 September and 3 and half lakh rupees on 3 September. For the third time, when an attempt was made to withdraw money from a fake check of 9 lakh 86 thousand to the Bank of Baroda, for verification, the bank officials called the trust general secretary Champat Rai.
The Secretary-General refused to give such a large amount of the check. The bank officials stopped the transaction on this. The CO said that the general secretary of the trust has lodged an FIR in Ayodhya Kotwali. The investigation of the case has been started. At the same time, joint signature of General Secretary Champat Rai and Member Dr. Anil Mishra has been authorized for account operations of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust.
Police is investigating the matter, help will be taken from cyber cell
DIG / SSP Deepak Kumar said that the information was given by Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, money has been withdrawn by applying two fake checks. The money was withdrawn by applying this check on 1 September and another check 2 days later. When the third check was imposed, the case was caught in verification.
A clone check is just like an original
Actually, a clone check is a duplicate check prepared from a computer, which looks exactly like the original one. Even the cybercrime perpetrators of the cloned ATMs are able to extract money. CloneCheck is also part of cybercrime.