Ex-Army man arrested from Hyderabad for illegally involved in sale of CDR’s


Two persons have been arrested by Delhi Police on Wednesday including a former Army officer as they were illegally involved in the sale of call detail records (CDRs).

Since 1978, a detective agency has been led by the former Army officer, Captain D K Giri, police said.

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From the last five years, He had illegally procuring CD’s of its customers. When his employees get to know about the incident, Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime Branch) Ravindra Singh Yadav said, “The arrests were made two days ago from Hyderabad and they are in police remand.”

The accused did his graduation from the Officers Training Academy, Chennai, Website of Giri’s agency, Sharp Detectives Private Limited reported.

In 1972, he was commissioned in the Indian Army, in 11 Gorkha Rifles.

Giri left the Army in 1977 and assumed control over the charge of a private examination organization, which had been controlled by his dad for a considerable length of time, in 1978. Before long, he extended the office's operations to Pune and different urban communities crosswise over Maharashtra.

The site asserted that more than 1,000 security gatekeepers and many private examiners were utilized by his organization. Giri likewise had a few universal customers, said the site.

Delhi Police have so far captured eight people, including a sub-auditor who worked in Jaipur Police's digital cell, for their asserted association in the CDR racket. They have been blamed for securing call subtle element records unlawfully and offering them to clients at a strong cost. A considerable lot of the captured blamed are workers for investigator offices. They purportedly acquired the CDRs for their customers, who needed the call records of their expert opponents, sentimental accomplices and future life partners, among others.

"Test has uncovered that Captain Giri was securing CDRs from the specialists, Aniket Prakash Dhamle and Abhinav, throughout the previous five years. Giri was acquiring CDRs at Rs 8,000 and offering them to his customers at a much higher cost, contingent upon the span of call records and the profile of the client," said police sources.

Dhamle and Abhinav are among the eight denounced captured for the situation.

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