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LUCKNOW: When poets were digitally arrested… Cyber ​​thugs were listening to Mir Taqi Mir songs and playing the flute.

Nita Yadav

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In Uttar Pradesh’s capital Lucknow, cyber thugs, posing as fake CBI officers, digitally arrested National Film Award-winning poet and novelist Naresh Saxena. The goons locked Naresh Saxena in a room for 6 hours. The cyber thugs forced him to listen to the poems of Mir Taqi Mir and Faiz Ahmed Faiz. Poet Neeraj Saxena also got to play the flute.

Thugs also listened to poems written by poet Neeraj Saxena. Meanwhile, the cyber fraudsters video-called him and took information about his documents. The thugs identified themselves as CBI officers and interrogated them, mentioning that they were involved in a money laundering case. However, his family members became suspicious and foiled the thug’s intentions.

The fraudster calls himself a CBI inspector

Poet Neeraj Saxena, who survived the fraud, lives in his house in Lucknow’s Gomti Nagar Vivek Khand. While sharing the information on social media, he said that the incident happened to him on July 7 at around 3 am. A WhatsApp call came on his mobile and when he received the call he saw a man in police uniform. When asked, he introduced himself as CBI Inspector Rohan Sharma.

The poet was kept under digital arrest for 6 hours

Cyber ​​thug told poet Neeraj Saxena on WhatsApp that money worth crores of rupees is being laundered through your Aadhaar card. A case has also been registered against you in this matter. He locked them in a room in the house and asked them to talk to him. The goons kept the poet under digital arrest in the room for 6 hours. During this period, cyber fraudsters obtained a lot of information related to his bank account.

The gangster threatened to arrest the family members

Poet Naresh Saxena locked the room from inside on the instructions of the fraudsters. Meanwhile, he asked his family members not to disturb him. When it was too late, the family saw him distressed from the window. His daughter-in-law got suspicious about this. Fearing that she might be a victim of cyber fraud, daughter-in-law Soni Saxe entered the room on the pretext of having breakfast. He saw someone in khaki uniform calling his mobile phone as a CBI officer in front of his father-in-law. Seeing the daughter-in-law, the gangster said that you and your family members may also be arrested.

Complaint to police

Meanwhile, the call was disconnected due to the ingenuity of the family members. However, the cyber fraudsters told him about the digital arrest for two days. Later, Naresh Saxena along with his family members reached Gomti Nagar Police Station and lodged a written complaint. He alleged that the police neither registered any case nor took any action in this matter.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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