AJMER: The district police on Thursday busted two gangs operating pretend name centres from momentary workplaces in resorts of Pushkar. Police arrested 18 individuals hailing from cities throughout the nation together with Delhi, Mumbai and Rajasthan. Cops additionally seized 17 laptops, 19 mobiles and different equipment from the possession of the accused.
The accused operating the decision centres would name Americans whereas the opposite gang would make pretend calls to Australian residents posing as Australian earnings tax officers.
Performing on a tip-off by Jaipur police that pretend worldwide name centres are being traced to Pushkar, a particular group was constituted which raided two resorts there.
Within the Nature Retreat resort in Pushkar, police arrested 10 accused who have been making calls to Americans as representatives of Amazon, and would dupe them.
The gang got here to Ajmer and booked the resort about 4 months in the past. Different members of the gang made frequent visits to them.
Police arrested 10 accused from there together with, Yash Khanna (27), resident of Vivek Vihar, Delhi; Frendi (34) resident of Prithviraj Street, Delhi; Ravi Kumar (30) resident of Chattarpur, New Delhi; Abhishek Meena (22), resident of Ambedkar Nagar, New Delhi; Tushar Barodiya (20) resident of Kota; Krishna Shukla (20) resident of Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh; Swati Silwal (24) resident of Sangam Vihar, New Delhi; Vikas Samariya (35) resident of Makrana, Nagaur; and Rahul (33), resident of New Delhi.
One other group raided Rocks and Wooden resort and located that one other pretend name centre was operating there. They have been making calls to Australian residents posing as Australian earnings tax officers and duping individuals to commit on-line frauds. Police seized their laptops and mobiles.
From this gang, police arrested 8 accused from there together with, Laxman Raut (27), resident of Thane, Maharashtra; Darshan Dev (28), resident of Anand, Gujarat; Rohan Yadav (23) from Thane, Maharashtra; Babar Sheikh (20) from Mumbai; Kamal Rathore (22) from Mumbai; Rahul Raj (26) from Ajmer; and Tejdeep (36) from Lohagal, Ajmer.
Police have registered instances below Sections 419, 420 and 120 B of IPC and below completely different sections of the IT Act.
Police mentioned that they’re interrogating all of the accused to get extra info.

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