In a joint investigation by Sonegaon Zone 1 and Rana Pratap Nagar Police station, a fraudster named Vicky Singh has been arrested, under the Indian Penal Code (IPC) Section 380, 420 and 411, for duping girls on the matrimonial sites of Jeevansathi.com, Sangam.com and shaadi.com. The investigation was carried out under the guidance of DCP Noorul Hasaan IPS.
The faudster had official fake id under the name Romi Arora, residing from Kailash Nagar area of Delhi. He trapped a girl from West Bengal on a matrimonial site and in order to gain her confidence, he called her to Nagpur and met her at Hotel Raddison Blue on 30th November, 2020. During the process of meeting the girl, the fraudster managed to acquire her ATM pin and thus withdrew lakhs of money from her account.
Again on another case he duped a girl from Uttar Pradesh under the fake id on Jeevansathi.com as Rimpy Khandusa. The criminal trapped the girl under his scandal. He then called her for meeting at Hotel Center Point, Nagpur. From this UP girl he managed to acquire Rs 2 lakh 25,000 cash, diamond ring, gold, I-phone and many other expensive gadgets.
The fraudster was exposed after the FIR was lodged at the Sonegaon police station. Investigation team of police arrested the criminal on 5th December 2020, after tracking the hotel’s CCTV footages and traffic signal footages.
As stated by police, the actual name of the man is Vicky Singh, who is the son of Jagjit Singh, belonging to Betul, Madhya Pradesh. He is a graduate student.
“It has been tracked that he was in contact with eight people from Nagpur. We have so far managed to detect around Rs 7 lakh from him but the investigation is still on,” said DCP Noorul Hasan, IPS.
“We have a strong message that if anyone while searching for groom from the matrimonial sites come across any name such as Romi Arora or Rimpy Khandusa, please make sure that you report the matter to the police and further check whether it is genuine. These crimes can no way be accepted. The community should join hands and plan to stop such fraud cases,” added DCP Hasan.