Sabir Cell returned the full amount to the accounts of three victims in the Bhimpura region

Baliya. Sabir Cell of the district quickly returned the entire amount to the accounts of three account holders at the Indian Central Bank of the Bhimpura Police Station on Wednesday. The applicants then thanked and thanked the police superintendent and the Cyber ​​Cell team.
On April 25, 26, and 27, 2021, Nagendra Kumar Pandey, a resident of Saidpura, Bhimpura District, fraudulently withdrew Rs 24,700 from the Central Bank of India’s account. The victim complained to the police superintendent. On Tuesday, at the direction of the police superintendent, he immediately took action from the cyber cell and returned Rs 24,700 to the victim’s account.
On the other hand, Rs 17900 was withdrawn from the Central Bank of India account on April 25th and 26th, 2021 by Sanjay Maurya, a resident of Semari at the same station. The victim complained to the SP. On instructions from SP, the Cyber ​​Cell team took quick action and returned 17,900 rupees to the victim’s account on Wednesday.
On the other hand, on March 2, 2021, Rs 4,900 was withdrawn from the Central Bank of India account of Vinod Kumar Yadav, who is resident in Shahpur Titiha of the same police station. The Sabir Cell team took prompt action on SP’s instruction and returned Rs. 4900 on Wednesday. The Cyber ​​Cell team consisted of the police officers Amarnath Mishra and the police officers Krishna Mohan Shukla.

Baliya. Sabir Cell of the district quickly returned the entire amount to the accounts of three account holders at the Indian Central Bank of the Bhimpura Police Station on Wednesday. The applicants then thanked and thanked the police superintendent and the Cyber ​​Cell team.

On April 25, 26, and 27, 2021, Nagendra Kumar Pandey, a resident of Saidpura, Bhimpura District, fraudulently withdrew Rs 24,700 from the Central Bank of India’s account. The victim complained to the police superintendent. At the direction of the police superintendent, he returned Rs 24,700 to the victim’s account on Tuesday after taking immediate action from the cyber cell.

On the other hand, Rs 17900 was withdrawn from the Central Bank of India account on April 25 and 26, 2021 by Sanjay Maurya, a resident of Semari at the same station. The victim complained to the SP. At the direction of SP, the Cyber ​​Cell team took swift action and returned 17,900 rupees to the victim’s account on Wednesday.

At the same station, Rs 4,900 was fraudulently withdrawn from the Central Bank of India account of Vinod Kumar Yadav, who was resident in Shahpur Titiha at the same police station on March 2, 2021. The Sabir Cell team took prompt action on SP’s instruction and returned Rs. 4900 on Wednesday. The Cyber ​​Cell team consisted of the police officers Amarnath Mishra and the police officers Krishna Mohan Shukla.

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