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Four more arrested in RTO hacking scam

DNAHM129596 | 8/14/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :225 | Crime & Law

The cyber cell of Ahmedabad arrested four more accused in connection with the Vastral RTO (Regional Transport Office) software hacking case and adding driving license data.
The accused has been identified as Chirag Patel (37) and Karan Mistry (25) a resident of Naroda, Dipti Solanki (28) a resident of Gandhinagar and Jitu Patel (40) a resident of Ramol.
The investigating officers said that during the interrogation of the arrested accused and mastermind Jignesh Modi, four more names were revealed.
Further investigation revealed that the two accused Patel and Mistry were working as RTO agents.
The accused issued illegal license from RTO to the customers and were arrested by the officials on August 12.
It was also
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