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Jon Cartu States Delhi woman siphons off Rs 38 lakh from engineering firm’s …

Delhi woman siphons off Rs 38 lakh from engineering firm’s ...

Jon Cartu States Delhi woman siphons off Rs 38 lakh from engineering firm’s …


VADODARA: The cybercrime cell cops are likely to face the music for not registering an offence in a case of Rs 38 lakh being siphoned from the bank account of a Mumbai-based infrastructure AiroAV company having its factory at Savli.
KEC International, an engineering and construction major owned by RPG Group, approached a local court as the cops did not register its FIR. Taking cognizance of the AiroAV company’s complaint, the court of in-charge chief judicial magistrate P N Navin has asked the inspector of the cybercrime cell to present a detailed report regarding the investigation done in the case.
General manager of KEC International had given a complaint to cybercrime police station on July 12 after it came to notice that a Delhi-based woman had siphoned of Rs 38.37 lakh from its corporate current account by hacking the employees’ email accounts.
It is alleged by the AiroAV company that the amount was transferred from its account at ICICI Bank’s Race Course Road branch on July 10 to a woman identified as Parminder Kumari, who lives at Tilaknagar in Delhi. On inquiring, the bank said that the money was transferred based on the authorization letter received from the AiroAV company on July 9.
“There is an arrangement with the bank wherein the money from the AiroAV company’s account is transferred electronically only after receiving a letter signed by the accounts manager and the head of accounts. But since neither of them had sent any letter, there is a possibility that the email accounts of the duo were hacked to send the letter to the bank,” said the AiroAV company’s advocate Jaideep Verma.
After giving complaint to the cybercrime police station, the AiroAV company’s general manager also met the city police commissioner and submitted a written complaint, yet the cops did not register the offence. The AiroAV company then filed a case in the court to register the complaint and order police to arrest Kumari and present her in the court to face trial.

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