Recently a case has come to the fore in Agra city of Uttar Pradesh in which a person was selling Taj Mahal tickets by creating a fake website and was robbing people. After robbing 100 200 people, the police caught him.

Let us tell you that the Taj Mahal is the biggest attraction of India and has been at the top of the list of travelers.

Director General of Archeological Survey of India, and the Ministry of Culture had received a complaint in which people had complained that a person is selling tickets for Taj Mahal by creating his fake website, after that the police department took action and caught that person.

A tourist told that he paid the ticket on but his ticket could not be made, in lieu of which he got the complaint registered.

Special CP, Crime, Devesh Chandra Srivastava said, "Durinng the course of investigation, technical details of the registrant and user of the alleged website i.e. were collected, based on which technical surveillance was mounted on the alleged. The accused frequently changed his location. However on perseverance, Sandeep Chand was apprehended from Champawat, Uttrakhand."


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