Big Network Exposed: Certificate Was Made By Breaching The Website Of The Election Commission, Shocking Revelations Made In The Inquiry

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Cyber ​​police arrested a youth who created voter ID card by breaching the website of Election Commission. A report has been filed against the accused in the cyber police station.

The network of this youth has spread to Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. Poli`ce teams and several agencies have gathered to nab and investigate the rest of the accused.

According to the police, Vipul Saini, a resident of village Macharheri in Kotwali Nakud area, along with his associates from Madhya Pradesh, Delhi and Rajasthan, broke into the website of the Election Commission a few days ago.

Opened the website through many links and started the work of making voter ID card. Several agencies of Delhi were engaged by the Ministry of Home Affairs to investigate this.

Then, investigation revealed that Vipul Saini of Macharheri village in Nakud area played an important role in breaching the website. The accused made money by making voter ID cards.

As soon as it was detected, the Cyber ​​​​Station Police arrested the accused on Wednesday night and registered a report. The cyber police station in-charge has filed a report in this matter.

He told that after presenting in the court, the accused was sent to jail.

Maintains office, questioned the salient feature of  Police Vipul Saini built office in the village, where he works for a PAN card, depending on the card, voter ID card.

After the arrest, the accused told in interrogation that Armaan Malik, a resident of Delhi, is his partner, who is originally from Harsa in Madhya Pradesh.

She had met Armaan a few days back.

He had told how to break into the website of the Election Commission. Apart from Armaan, three more names have come up in the police investigation, who are residents of Delhi and Rajasthan.

Identity cards made more than 30 thousand Armaan, the second accused, had made a condition from Vipul Saini to pay 20 to 30 rupees on each voter ID card.

Vipul Saini told the police that he and his accomplices have so far produced more than 30 thousand voter ID cards.

In such a situation, the issue of making voter ID cards of suspicious people cannot be ruled out. The police is also investigating this point.


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