Nowadays, criminal cases are on the rise in social media. One such case has come from Bawana area of the outer northern district. In this case, a person active on social media has been duped by a brother and thousands of rupees. Yes, according to reports, on Instagram, a girl made a boy her brother and then spoke to the sister's brother and told her the need for money. The victim's sister then sent her Rs 4500 from Paytm and when she called and asked her brother, she said, "I didn't ask for money."
The Bawana police have now registered a case in this regard on Tuesday night. In this case, the police said, "The Harendra family, including Nangal, live in Thakran. He made a statement to the police that he was active on WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram. They were talking to their brother via a message on Instagram. He told them suddenly the money was in dire need. Harendra claims that immediately after that, Rs 4500 was transferred through Paytm. Why did he give a number to transfer it,"
The woman further said, "A little later, Harendra called her brother and asked him to get the money. He was surprised when the brother said he did not ask for any such money. Harendra added the Paytm call centre number. From there, I would like to ask for the details of the phone number. But call centre people refused. Then called that number, he was coming off the switch.'' is now under police investigation in the case.