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SRINAGAR: Continuing its efforts to extend services to general public and to redress their grievances, Cyber Police Kashmir Zone has recovered lost mobile phones worth lakhs of rupees and handed over them to rightful owners.Besides online frauds, scams and other cyber related crimes being reported to Cyber Police Kashmir Zone, complaints regarding missing of mobile phones are also received on routine basis. During February 2021, Cyber Police Kashmir remained successful in its efforts by tracing 52 missing smart-phones of various makes and models worth lakhs. The recovered smart-phones were accordingly handed over to rightful owners at Cyber Police Station Headquarters Srinagar.Pertinently, on directions of IGP Kashmir Zone Vijay Kumar, various awareness campaigns and programmes have been initiated to sensitise general public about various online frauds, scams etc. A dedicated team of Cyber Police Kashmir under supervision of SSP Tahir Ashraf is making constant efforts to investigate various cyber crimes, besides tracing out missing phones by using advanced technological and conventional methods as well. Cyber Police Kashmir is always on forefront in helping citizens in various contemporary technological challenges being faced by citizens in their day to day life.People have lauded role & efforts of Cyber Police Kashmir in redressing grievances of general public. Cyber Police has once again advised general masses not to fall prey to online fraudsters by sharing bank details, account details, personal details, OTP etc.
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