The attack on the Nuh cyber police station was well planned, the miscreants wanted to destroy evidence of the fraud

Big revelation from the police

The Haryana government has declared that the attack on the cyber police station was well planned. Haryana police say the attack was aimed at destroying evidence gathered during raids against cyber criminals in April.
The Haryana government has had a lot to say about the violence in Haryana Nuh. According to the government, the attack on the Nah cyber police station was a well-planned attack aimed at destroying evidence gathered after raids against cyber criminals in April.

During the violence that broke out in Nuh on July 31, the cybercrime police station was targeted. Six people, including two bodyguards and a cleric, were killed in communal clashes after a mob tried to stop a Vishwa Hindu Parishad procession, and the violence then spread to Gurugram. The government said in a statement that, under cover of the violence in Nuh in recent days, attempts had been made to destroy evidence gathered during the raid and that the police cyber post had been attacked.
It was said that documents relating to huge frauds and other crimes were kept at the police station. In April, the Haryana police had uncovered a cyber fraud of around 100 billion rupees in the largest raid of its kind to date. As part of this action, 320 cybercriminals’ hideouts spread across 14 villages in Nuh were raided and 65 cybercriminals were arrested. In addition, 66 cell phones and numerous false documents were seized.
Home Minister Anil Vij said on Thursday that the Haryana government had taken the attack on the cybercrime police station very seriously. He also said that Nuh is becoming the new Jamtara district in Jharkhand, infamous for being India’s cybercrime hub, when a massive crackdown was launched against cybercriminals.

8 accused arrested in Rajasthan

The Nuh police arrested 8 defendants from Rajasthan. The accused are residents of Rajasthan districts adjacent to Mewat. Haryana police are continuing their search in Rajasthan areas adjacent to Haryana. According to senior Nuh police officials, people from Rajasthan regions adjacent to Haryana have entered Nuh district with full planning.
These people first started riots and arson attacks in the Badkali area of Nuh district. Shakti Singh was killed in the Bhadas area, two kilometers before Badkali. Let us tell you that the government’s crackdown on the Nuh violence continues. The stone-throwing hotel has been bulldozed and over 600 illegal constructions demolished to date.


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