Hackers blew three and a half lakh rupees from the bank account of the female judge of the sessions court

Mumbai: In Nagpur district of Maharashtra, hackers stole about three and a half lakh rupees from the bank account of a woman judge. A complaint of this fraud has been lodged at Sitabardi police station. But till now the police have not got any clue. Efforts are being made to solve the matter with the help of cyber team.

Sonali Mukund Kanakdande (42) of Civil Lines of Nagpur is posted as a judge in the Nagpur Sessions Court. He recharged the FASTag card of Rs 500 from the Google app on 14 May 2022 at around 4 am. After that he checked some of his accounts through net banking. After some time, he got information about the transaction from the accounts. She was surprised, after all, who took out this money. He immediately called the customer care.

He came to know that someone has transferred Rs 2 lakh 75 thousand 399 from his bank account to another account. He lodged a complaint about the matter in the police station. Talking to the media, Praveen Raut, the police officer probing this case, said that from the initial investigation, the police has come to know that a cyber criminal hacked the judge's account. After that the amount was withdrawn from the account. Police and cyber cell are working together to solve this case.

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