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Saanvi Patel

Saanvi Patel

Asked on 3 June, 2019

How was the fake scheme carried out?

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According to the police, Rakesh Jangid ran a fake website with 'Make in India' slogans and PM Modi's photos, claiming that the government was offering free laptops after winning the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Aradhya Nair

Aradhya Nair

Asked on 3 June, 2019

What was the website called?

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The domain name of the website used to conduct the scheme was 'www.modi-laptop.wishguruji.com'.

Shaurya Sharma

Shaurya Sharma

Asked on 3 June, 2019

How was the accused arrested?

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The Cyber Crime Unit of Delhi Police (CyPAD) noticed a huge surge in the website's views while monitoring online activity and got suspicious. An investigation followed and Jangid was arrested from his hometown Pundlota in Rajasthan's Nagaur district.

Trishla Chavan

Trishla Chavan

Asked on 3 June, 2019

Which IIT was the accused from?

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Jangid was pursuing a post-graduate course in management and economics from IIT Kanpur and graduated earlier this year.