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Youth gets 5-yr jail for hacking Imo in Rajshahi

Express Report
  28 Feb 2024, 19:51

A trial tribunal on Tuesday convicted a youth and sentenced him to rigorous imprisonment for five years on charge of hacking an Imo account.

The convict identified as Raju Ahmed, 27, son of Azizur Rahman of Moharkoya Bhangapara village under Lalpur upazila in Natore district has also been fined Taka five lakh.

Ziaur Rahman, Judge of Cyber Tribunal, found the convict guilty of the charge and handed down the verdict in presence of the convict in the court.

According to the prosecution story, in the guise of a female, Raju Ahmed had opened an Imo account. Through using the account, he hacked the Imo account of a woman of Siddhirganj in Narayanganj and her expatriated brother in law. Afterwards, he demanded Taka 20,000 from the woman for giving back the ID.

Being aggrieved, the victim woman lodged a general diary with Siddhirganj Police Station on December 14, 2022.

Subsequently, police arrested the youth on March 13, 2023 and lodged a case with Lalpur Police Station in this connection.

Upon completion of investigation police pressed charges accusing Raju Ahmed.

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Youth gets 5-yr jail for hacking Imo in Rajshahi

Express Report
  28 Feb 2024, 19:51

A trial tribunal on Tuesday convicted a youth and sentenced him to rigorous imprisonment for five years on charge of hacking an Imo account.

The convict identified as Raju Ahmed, 27, son of Azizur Rahman of Moharkoya Bhangapara village under Lalpur upazila in Natore district has also been fined Taka five lakh.

Ziaur Rahman, Judge of Cyber Tribunal, found the convict guilty of the charge and handed down the verdict in presence of the convict in the court.

According to the prosecution story, in the guise of a female, Raju Ahmed had opened an Imo account. Through using the account, he hacked the Imo account of a woman of Siddhirganj in Narayanganj and her expatriated brother in law. Afterwards, he demanded Taka 20,000 from the woman for giving back the ID.

Being aggrieved, the victim woman lodged a general diary with Siddhirganj Police Station on December 14, 2022.

Subsequently, police arrested the youth on March 13, 2023 and lodged a case with Lalpur Police Station in this connection.

Upon completion of investigation police pressed charges accusing Raju Ahmed.

Comments

Quader terms BNP as communal force, kingpin of corruption
Rizvi: Awami League govt is afraid of BNP, lacks popular support
Severe temperatures bake Chuadanga, Rajshahi as heatwave likely to continue
Dump truck runs over 2 motorcycles, killing 3 people in Rajshahi
State Minister Palak ‘ashamed’ after attack on brother-in-law’s rival