Cyber crimes a big challenge, says Rajasthan DGP Manoj Bhatt

Increasing cyber crimes and financial frauds in various sectors of the country is proving to be a big challenge for investigative agencies.

By: Express News Service | Jaipur | Published:September 9, 2016 6:19 am
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Rajasthan Director General of Police (DGP) Manoj Bhatt on Thursday said that increasing cyber crimes and financial frauds in various sectors of the country, especially in corporate companies, is proving to be a big challenge for investigative agencies.

“It is high time that cops and investigative agencies remain vigilant and curb such crimes, which hamper the growth of nation,” Bhatt said, during a two-day state level workshop on “Investigation of Financial Frauds”. The workshop is jointly organised by Rajasthan Police and Sardar Patel Police University of Police, Security, Criminal Justice, Jodhpur.

ADGP, Crime, P K Singh said the workshop aims to address types of measures to check frauds such as cloning of ATM cards, stock market irregularities, cyber crimes and how to deal with fake transactions and underworld activities too. Officials from Customs, Income Tax Department and Rajasthan Police are participating in the workshop. ADGP, State Crime Record Bureau (SCRB), Kapil Garg said that cyber crimes are on the rise in India. Participating agencies will prepare a draft and propose an amendment, if required, before the government in the current laws and rules.