Gondia Leader News Service : On Saturday, Nagpur police raided the house of textile merchant Anant Jain in Gondia city. 10 crore cash and 2 kg gold biscuits were seized on this occasion. Police informed that Anant Jain cheated a businessman of Nagpur through online gaming. Anant Jain has spread. (Gondia News)
Accused Anant alias Sontu Navratan Jain, a resident of Gondia, along with his accomplice lured the complainant from Nagpur to earn Rs 2 crore in an hour through online gaming. The complainant fell victim to this. Accused sent him username and password of online betting/gaming link. Accused Anat alias Sontu started betting habit by sending online link to the complainant. Even by repeated payment he did not benefit the complainant. Instead, he became a debtor. After that they created a fake app for us.
After realizing that accused Anant Jain and his accomplice were cheating him, he contacted Anant Jain and demanded the money back. Anant Jain threatened to kill him and demanded ransom with the help of his accomplice. Subsequently, the complainant filed a complaint against Anant Jain at the Nagpur city police station on July 21, alleging fraud of Rs 58 crore 42 lakh 16 thousand 300. A case under sections 420, 468, 386, 120 (b), 66 (e) of the Information Technology Act was registered against the accused at the Nagpur Cyber Police Station.
A special team of cyber and crime department was formed. That team, with the help of Gondia Police, raided Anant Jain’s house at Civil Line in the city on Saturday. A large number of police forces were deployed at this time. Accused Anant Jain absconded before the arrival of the police. Police seized Rs 10 crore cash and 2 kg gold biscuits from the house of the accused. The police are still searching.
2 machines for counting notes
A team of Nagpur and Gondia police entered the house of accused Anant Jain in the morning. Largely because of the police force deployed around Anant Jain’s house. Arguments arose. Police searched the house of Anant Jain during the raid. Meanwhile, around 10 crores of cash came into hand. Two machines were ordered to count those notes.
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