A Suspected fraud in the names of Dr Jitendra Singh and the President of India… Who Cares?

Last week, a whistle blower brought to my attention that a certain document was in circulation stating

a) An Organization by name Anti Corruption and Anti Crime wing of India operating from Delhi and Chennai for which Former Chief Justice R.M.Lodha has been appointed as the President.

b) A Letter purportedly signed by the President of India namely Shri Ram Nath Kovind has been produced. This is dated 11.05.2018

c) A letter purported to have been signed by Dr Jitendra Singh,  the MOS attached to PMO dated 10th May 2018 has also been enclosed confirming the appointment from 7th May 2018.

Considering some of the other documents that I came across with these two letters, I have a suspicion that both the above two letters are forged.

I have called for confirmation from the offices of both the President of India as well as the Minister and it appears that they have other priorities.

I am however concerned that these fake letters are accompanying a request for mobilization of a membership which indicates a potential all India financial scam.

Several years ago, I had pointed out a fraud in the name of a website www.cgtmse-govt.in and despite the efforts to alert the public many lost money. It was only when a complaint from a person who had lost Rs 26 lakhs in the scam was resolved by the Adjudicator of Chattisgarh that the fraud came to the notice of the public.

It would be better if the suspected fraud indicated in the name of the Anti Corruption and Anti Crime wing is investigated immediately and we know if it is genuine or fraudulent.

From the various documents that accompany the above two letters which I will release in due course, it is more or less confirmed in my mind that this is a fraudulent money raising scheme.

I wish the Cyber Crime police in Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai or CBI itself takes immediate notice of this report and initiate action.

If the investigators are interested, they can contact me for more information. In the meantime, I caution every member of the public who may receive requests for contribution to this activity to refrain from making any payment and wait for further clarifications that we may be able to provide in due course.

I was holding back this publication for nearly a week expecting that some action can be initiated by the investigators before the news is in public domain. But I think that no body is really interested or it will take a long time for the authorities to respond and hence I am publishing it here.

Naavi

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About Vijayashankar Na

Naavi is a veteran Cyber Law specialist in India and is presently working from Bangalore as an Information Assurance Consultant. Pioneered concepts such as ITA 2008 compliance, Naavi is also the founder of Cyber Law College, a virtual Cyber Law Education institution. He now has been focusing on the projects such as Secure Digital India and Cyber Insurance
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