Uttar Pradesh: Class X student creates fake Twitter account of the DGP
While people resort to suicide, depression and unending hopelessness, fed up of inaction in the fraud case in which his brother was cheated of Rs 45,000, a class 10th student from Gorakhpur created a fake Twitter account of DGP of Uttar Pradesh and got the cops to take action.
The boy’s brother was tricked into giving a sum of ₹ 45,000 by a man who promised him a job in Dubai. When the said promise was not fulfilled, a complaint was filed by him but no action was taken.
AND So! his brother came to rescue and made a fake account to ‘activate’ the police officer in taking quick action!
No sooner than this happened, the policemen started taking the case seriously. So much so that they didn’t just catch the fraudster, but also managed to get Rs 30,000 back.
The cyber cell inspector Arun Kumar Singh said, ‘When questioned, he (the boy) said that he got the idea from another boy of his village and then created the Twitter handle using his friend’s phone.’
The cops caught on and detained the boy, who said he got the idea from another boy in his village. Both boys were let off with a warning later.