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“Bank Managers Arrested in Gurugram Cyber Fraud Scandal”

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Three Managers of Reputed Private Bank Arrested for Cyber Fraud in Gurugram

In a recent development in Gurugram, authorities have apprehended four individuals, including three managers of a prominent private bank, on charges related to cyber fraud. The arrests shed light on a sophisticated scheme operating within the MG road branch of Kotak Mahindra Bank, implicating Mohit Rathi, Mahesh Kumar, Vishwkarma Maurya, and Hayat in fraudulent activities.

The accused, identified as Mohit Rathi (25), a resident of Haryana, Mahesh Kumar (27) from Gurugram, Vishwkarma Maurya (26) hailing from Uttar Pradesh, and Hayat (23) from Nuh in Haryana, allegedly colluded in orchestrating cyber fraud. Rathi held the position of assistant manager, while Kumar and Maurya served as deputy managers at the Kotak Mahindra Bank branch.

According to DCP (Cyber) Siddhant Jain, Hayat maintained close ties with the mastermind of a cyber fraud syndicate. His role primarily involved procuring bank account details from the aforementioned managers and transmitting the information to the syndicate.

During their tenure at Kotak Mahindra Bank spanning seven months, the trio reportedly facilitated the opening of approximately 2,000 bank accounts. Their modus operandi involved deceiving individuals from Bilaspur into opening new accounts, subsequently exploiting these accounts for cyber fraud activities.

The scheme unravelled when a concerned citizen lodged a complaint at the cyber crime police station in Manesar on November 18 the previous year. The complainant recounted being duped after receiving a call alleging that his son required urgent medical attention, prompting him to transfer ₹10,000 for purported assistance. Subsequently, an FIR was filed, leading to the arrest of Rathi on February 21, followed by Kumar on February 22, and Vishwkarma and Hayat on Monday.

In a search operation, authorities recovered two mobile phones from the possession of the accused individuals. Further investigation is underway, with authorities actively pursuing details regarding the bank accounts opened by the suspects.

This incident underscores the critical importance of vigilance against cybercrime and the necessity for stringent measures to combat such illicit activities. The swift action taken by law enforcement highlights their commitment to upholding the integrity of financial institutions and safeguarding the interests of the public.

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