Our chief minister claims to control the crime in Uttar Pradesh even when cyber-criminal activities have reached at its zenith


Grievance Status for registration number: GOVUP/E/2023/0085513

Grievance Concerns To

Name Of Complainant

Yogi M. P. Singh

Date of Receipt


Received By Ministry/Department

Uttar Pradesh

Grievance Description

An enquiry under Article 51A of the constitution of India regarding the cyber fraud and police inaction in the matter concerning police station Sant Nagar, District Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh.

1- When the victim of cyber fraud visited the Santanagar police station whether first information report of the victim was registered by the police?

2- Whether the criminal incidents are not reported in the regime of our chief minister Yogi Adityanath in the nearby police stations?

3- Right to reason is an indispensable part of the sound administrative system so please provide the reason for not registering the first information report in the matter of cyber fraud by the station house officer of police station Sant Nagar.

4- Whether the police is competent to curb the serious activities of cyber fraud by the criminal elements by adopting such a lackadaisical approach in the matter.

5- To maintain the law order is in the state list of the constitution of India so it is obligatory duty of the police to secure the life savings of the citizens suffering because of the growing criminal incidents of cyber fraud because of incompetence of public personnel and rampant corruption in the public offices.

6- On one side of the screen, incidents of cyber fraud are increasing rapidly in the society. Unfortunately, on the other side of the screen police have failed to work out any case of cyber fraud which is showing incompetence of police personnel. 

The matter concerns the wide public interest so it is expected from the superintendent of police district to Mirzapur to adopt a cogent approach in order to reply to the grievance and it is expected from him he will ensure transparency and accountability in such matters. According to Jagran Samvad Sutra Patehra (Mirzapur): Khanwar Mazhari of Sant Nagar area, news published on 21st December 2023 in the Varanasi edition of Dainik Jagran in Mirzapur news with title Lost three and a half lakh rupees by calling bank guard job on YouTube, Thugs scrounged accounts by asking bank details and OTP received on mobile.

More than three lakh rupees were defrauded from the account of one person. As soon as the news of this came, the account holder lost sleep. The victim has demanded action against the accused in the court of the Superintendent of Police. Vinay resident of Khanwar Mazhari of Sant Nagar police station area saw a want/vacancy for the job of bank guard on YouTube. A salary of Rs 25500 per month was also written in it. Whatever helpless unemployed person do? He called from his phone on the given phone numbers 8917085744 and 7866037778 and asked for details. Important documents mentioned by the thugs: Punjab National Bank, Branch Kubari Patehra, account details, ATM, Aadhaar, Pin Card, all the original copies were sent by post office to Harsh Kumaratth, Nagina Near Civil Hospital, Main Market Naginatth Haryana on 20th November and the phone The victim gave an application to the Superintendent of Police demanding action against the thugs.

The relative lost his sleep and the amount deposited at the time of opening the account, Rs 500, was also withdrawn.

OTP was also given upon arrival. Waited for a few days to get the job. When you called, told him all the numbers were switched off. When I went to the bank on Monday and got the account statement, I was shocked to see a transaction of Rs 3 lakh 42 thousand ninety two.

The relative lost his sleep and fraudsters even withdrew the deposited amount of Rs 500 while opening the account.

details of fraud-Opened account in Punjab National Bank branch Patehra on 30th October, Pass book received on 6th November, Found ATM on 19th November, Sent by post/parcel on 20th November, Told OTP on 30th November. From November 30 to December 8, A transaction of Rs.342092 was made in the account.. The victim has appealed for justice by applying to Sant Nagar police station, Superintendent of Police, Chief Minister Uttar Pradesh Government for protection from fake breakup from cyber fraud. The discussion of manipulation of accounts exceeding Rs 3 lakh due to fake transactions has become common. Police station head Sant Nagar Ram Sarikh Gautam told that the victim Vinay had come, who was sent to cyber police station city police station.

Grievance Document

Current Status

Grievance received.   

Date of Action


Officer Concerns To

Forwarded to

Uttar Pradesh

Officer Name

Shri Bhaskar Pandey (Joint Secretary)

Organisation name

Uttar Pradesh

Contact Address

Chief Minister Secretariat , Room No. 321, U.P. Secretariat, Lucknow

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Contact Number



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