- She siphoned the cash between final November and March this yr.
- The daughter additional revealed that to keep away from suspicion she used OTP and debit messages.
- A complete quantity of Rs. 2.03 lakh was siphoned off in a couple of months.
The girl used her father’s account utilizing cellular banking for transferring cash. She siphoned the cash between final November and March this yr. With a purpose to keep away from suspicion, she used to delete all of the messages of one-time passwords and debit messages from her father’s telephone, reported information company PTI.
The matter got here to mild when the 69-year-old man, a retired worker of an electrical firm registered a grievance alleging that with out his data Rs. 2.03 lakh had been debited from his pension account between November 2021, to March 2022. Swinging into motion, the police launched an investigation primarily based on the grievance.
A senior police officer mentioned that the person additionally informed them that he didn’t obtain any OTP for the transactions or debit messages from the financial institution. The e-wallets and checking account of the person had been analysed. And, it was discovered that the cash was first transferred to e-wallets after which in two financial institution accounts. The police officer additionally mentioned that it was additionally discovered that the primary checking account was registered within the title of the son-in-law of the sufferer and the second belonged to his daughter.
The daughter additional revealed that to keep away from suspicion she used OTP and debit messages.
DCP Kalsi additional mentioned that the girl began off by transferring small quantities from her father’s account to her on-line pockets. And, began transferring larger quantities when the transaction went unnoticed.
A complete quantity of Rs. 2.03 lakh was siphoned off in a couple of months. The girl used that cash to get well her gold jewelry that was mortgaged. Her husband is a each day wager and her household is financially weak.