UP News: A person was arrested from Noida in Gautam Buddh Nagar district on Saturday for allegedly cheating in the name of driving an e-bike taxi. police gave this information. He told that some people had been arrested in this case earlier also.

Inspector Vinod Kumar, in-charge of Noida Sector-58 police station, said on Saturday that a woman named Sushila Devi had lodged a complaint that some people in a building located in Noida Sector 62 had started a plan to run an e-bike taxi in the name of MIP bike. .

What is the whole matter?

He told that according to the woman, these people allegedly took Rs 1.86 lakh from her with the lure of doubling the money in a year and grabbed this amount. According to Kumar, the woman claimed to have cheated hundreds of others in a similar manner.

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The station in-charge said that while taking action in the matter, the police today arrested a person named Instruction Tyagi. He told that even before this some people were arrested in the case. Kumar told that 19 people have been made accused in the case and the police is looking for the rest of the accused.

Billions cheated from thousands of people in the name of driving bike taxi

Even before this, recently, action has been taken against an accused arrested in Gautam Budh Nagar for allegedly duping thousands of people of billions of rupees in the name of driving a bike taxi. In this case, the immovable property worth about two crore rupees of the accused has been attached by the district’s Kasna police.

Police Commissioner Alok Singh’s media in-charge said that according to the order issued by the special court of Gautam Budh Nagar, the Kasna police have attached two houses located in Meerut district of Vinod Kumar, the accused arrested in the bike taxi case under the Gangster Act.

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