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In a first, Rajasthan police will organise cyber chaupals in its over 700 police stations to give people lessons in safety from online frauds.

At the chaupals, to be addressed by experts, people will be informed about various types of cyber frauds and how not to fall into the trap of suspicious callers. The police has also distributed 70,000 pamphlets on related information.

In the capital city of Jaipur, police is taking its fight against e-fraudsters a step further by asking experts from the forensic science laboratory (FSL) to set up an advanced centre and cyber help desk to trace the criminals as well as recover the money of victims.

The FSL will tie up with American and Israeli companies for technique, data and training.

“We have sent the proposal to the state government for purchase of equipment and software,” FSL director B.B. Arora said.

The move has come in wake of increasing online frauds. Crime figures released by the State Crime Records Bureau (SCRB) for 2015 show an increase of 33.06 per cent in online crimes over the previous year. In fact, since 2011, cyber crimes have gone up six times.

Rajasthan is currently at the fourth position in the country in terms of number of cyber crime.

In March this year, the state police busted an inter-state gang of online fraudsters who made 3,000 calls across the country of which the highest number of 1,000 calls were made to Rajasthan residents. Later, police in Udaipur busted an international gang that duped people of Rs 3 crore through fake advertisements on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. In Jaipur alone, 500 ATM fraud cases were registered last year.

“The modus operandi of the accused involves calling people posing as bank managers to trick them into sharing their card details,” said additional commissioner of police Prafull Kumar. This is despite regular warning and advisory by banks to  customers not to reveal such information.In April, additional chief secretary J.C. Mohanty had fallen prey to a conman who took debit card details from him and withdrew Rs 2.75 lakh.

Ironically, a large number of victims are also retired persons who have received huge amounts as retirement benefits.

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