Cyber Police Kashmir Zone (CPKZ) Srinagar on Wednesday appealed to the people of Kashmir not to share their online credentials with anyone so that the citizens would remain safe from online theft.
“Cyber Police Kashmir is once again advising general masses not to share the bank details, account details, personal details, OTP etc to anyone,” CPKZ advised people in a press statement.
Cyber Police Kashmir Zone said that under the supervision of Inspector General of Police, Kashmir Zone, Srinagar are continuously conducting various awareness campaigns for the people.
“Programs through different platforms, wherein general public is made aware about various contemporary online frauds and scams etc,” CPKZ said.
Meanwhile, the CPKZ said that they recovered missing smartphones worth lakhs of rupees which were handed over to the “rightful owners”.
Cyber Police said with constant efforts of its dedicated technical teams traced out 73 missing/lost smartphones of various makes and models worth lakhs of rupees.
“These traced out smartphones were accordingly handed over to the rightful owners today at Cyber Police Station Headquarters Srinagar,” Cyber Police Kashmir Zone (CPKZ) in a press release said.
CPKZ said that an amount of ₹4.20 lakhs were also saved by the financial desk of the Cyber Police Station Kashmir yesterday, which the victims of cyber frauds had lost in various online scams.
“Cyber Police Kashmir Zone has a robust mechanism in place to help citizens in facing various technological challenges in their day to day life,” CPKZ said.
CPKZ said that the complainants expressed gratitude towards the cyber police for recovering and restoring their lost mobile phones.