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Two held for availing WLL phone through fraudulent means, Rs 3.10L unpaid bill

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The city police have arrested a youth who was allegedly involved in getting a wirless local loop (WLL) phone from the BSNL by furnishing a fake identify proof and fled without paying Rs 3.10 lakh for the calls he had made from the phone.

According to police, BSNL officials had lodged a case in which they had stated that some persons availed a WLL phone from the state-owned company and made calls with an unpaid bill of Rs 3.10 lakh. The accused neither paid the dues nor did they surrender the phone before the BSNL authorities.
Additional commissioner of police (Crime), Giriraj Meena said on Saturday, "The accused Rashid Khan (28), along with one Manish (26), was arrested by the police team from Delhi for getting a WLL phone through fraudulent means and not paying the dues. Manish had already been arrested by the police earlier."
Police added that the arrest of the youths was a herculean task since they did not have any authentic address of the accused. "The address we got was wrong but with the help of our technical team and other clues we managed to reach to their whereabouts," Meena said.
Meena informed that Khan is a graduate from Jamia Milia Islamiya, Delhi, and similar cases were registered against him and his partner in Sikar and Chommu.
"Both were into this fraudulent practice of getting a WLL phone by giving fake identity cards and not paying the bills," Meena said.
Khan was produced before a local court and the Jaipur police has taken him into custody for four days.
"We will ascertain the main occupation of the arrested persons. Prima facie it appears that they were using the phone in internet telephony and making money out of it. We are yet to ascertain the basic modus operandi through which they use to make money out of registering the phone number with an internet domain," Meena added.
Police said Khan had been working for the multi level marketing company RCM while Manish was involved in the business of fibre optics.

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