Nigerian national held for duping people of over Rs 1 crore
The Maharashtra Police along with the Gautam Buddh Nagar police, on Monday arrested a Nigerian national from a residential sector of Greater Noida who is alleged of committing an online fraud case by duping people with Rs 1 crore.
The accused has been identified as Kinjal Chhibuke. He has been charged for duping people with over a crore of rupees through online fraud. An FIR regarding the same had been registered against Kinjal in Ojar police station in Nashik district of Maharashtra.
On Monday morning, Maharashtra Police reached Greater Noida to arrest the accused. The police got a tip-off that the accused is hiding in a house in G-block of sector Delta-2 in Greater Noida. The representatives from association of Nigerian nationals living in India also reached to the spot in order to understand the whole scenario.
"When police reached the spot to arrest Kinjal, the other Nigerian nationals who were accompanying him attacked the police and also vandalized two houses in the neighbourhoood. They broke the doors and window glasses of some nearby houses. In order to take control over the situation, an extra police force from nearby police stations was called. After couple of hours of struggle, the police successfully arrested the accused who has been taken to Maharashtra for further investigations," said Manish Saxena, station house officer, Surajpur police station.
According to the police complaint, the Nigerian national tricked a Maharashtra based lady into marriage by posing as a director of a London based Food Company. He then asked her to deposit money into his account which he promised to return back. She was also asked to deposit more amounts into his account which she deposited.