Punjab CM's Wife Duped Of Rs 23 Lakh, Scamster Arrested

08 Aug 2019 09:58 AM

Punjab CM's Wife Duped Of Rs 23 Lakh, Scamster Arrested

Updated 08 Aug 2019 09:58 AM

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh's wife Preneet Kaur fell prey to a cyber fraud, losing Rs 23 lakh to a scamster who duped her through a mobile phone call, posing as a bank manager, said police. Also a Congress MP from Patiala, Kaur was duped a few days back, said police on Wednesday, adding the scamster, however, has been arrested.
A team of Punjab police arrested the fraudster after tracing his phone call to Ranchi in Jharkhand, said officials. Kaur received a call a few days back when she was in Delhi to attend the Parliament session, said officials.

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