February 18, 2017 Jammu : Crime Branch Jammu register a case against Siddharth Sharma R/o Pacci Dhakki, Jammu who had stolen the ATM card of the complainant alongwith 19 tolas of Gold Jewellery worth Rs. 6.00 lacs and had withdrawn an amount of Rs. 9.50 lacs illegally and fraudulently from the bank account of the complainant.
According to the crime branch Jammu complaint cheap nhl jerseys lodged by Smt. Lachi Devi Wd/o Late Kali Charan R/o Jyotipuram, Reasi was received in the Crime Branch, wherein the complainant had alleged that the ATM Card of her bank account maintained in the Cheap Football Jerseys State Bank of India branch Jyotipuram, Reasi was fraudulently stolen by one Siddharth Sharma having mobile NBA Jerseys Cheap No. 9596922996 from her house as he was the friend of her son. As she was in need of money and in this regard searched for her ATM card but couldn’t find the same and subsequently she went to the Bank for blocking the said Cheap NFL Jerseys card but on verification it was found that an amount of Rs. 9,50,000/- was illegally and fraudulently withdrawn from her account through the use of the ATM card by the said Siddharth Sharma, as such matter may be investigated. On the receipt of this complaint a discreet The enquiry was initiated into the matter at Crime Branch, Jammu and during the course of enquiry it was found that accused Siddharth Sharma R/o Pacci Dhakki, Jammu had stolen the ATM card of the complainant alongwith 19 tolas of Gold Jewellery worth Rs. 6.00 lacs and had withdrawn an amount of Rs. 9.50 lacs illegally and fraudulently from the bank account of the complainant by using the stolen ATM card and thereafter, had gone underground in order to replica oakleys evade the legal process merely in order to cause wrongful loss to the complainant and wrongful gains to himself through fraudulent means. The omissions and commissions therefore on the part of Siddharth Sharma S/o Rajinder Sharma R/o H. No. 27- Pacci Dhakki, Jammu, prima facie constitutes offences punishable u/s 380 RPC r/w Sec. 66B & 66C of the Information Technology Act, 2000.