The online love market is targeting the youth as well as the elderly. Till now apps like Tinder, Happen were spreading fraud in love online.
Now such people have also become active on Facebook, who are robbing the elderly with their love trap. Interestingly, most of the IDs and pictures in this are fake. It is only after being victim of such fraud that people realize their mistake.
55-year-old elderly farmer became the victim of fake and false Facebookia love. They looted 30 lakh rupees in online online ‘blind love’. It was only after losing such a huge amount that the man’s eyes opened and he lodged a police complaint. In his complaint to the police, the farmer said that on 24 May, a friend’s friend request came on his Facebook.
Which he accepted. The initial conversation soon reached porn chat and video. Then the video call phase began. After this, the girl promised to meet the elderly farmer, but then sometimes started making other excuses for money.
The farmer fell in love with the woman for 11 days, sometimes in the name of the Income Tax Department and sometimes deposited money in the bank accounts of the thugs for the Excise Department.
During this, he deposited about 30 lakhs in the account of the thugs. After this the thug deactivated his Facebook ID. After this, the ground crushed under the feet of the elderly. She realized the fraud she had with her and lodged a police complaint.
Woman, three children die in fire in UP village
Banda, Dec 26 : Three children and their mother were burnt to death in a fire which spread from a bonfire in Dubey Purva Mau village in Banda district of Uttar Pradesh.
Additional Superintendent of Police, Mahendra Pratap Chauhan, said, “Kallu, a resident of Dubey Purva village in Marka police station area in Banda district is a daily wager from Jaipur, Rajasthan. He lived there along with his wife and three children. The sparks emanating from the bonfire lit due to the cold gutted the entire house. Possible other reasons behind the fire are also being probed.”
According to the locals, the villagers raised an alarm when they saw the flames engulfing Kallu’s house. By the time they were able to break open the door, the entire house had turned into rubble. There was only burnt debris and smoke everywhere. On receiving information, the police arrived and the fire brigade too reached the site.
Villagers said the mother and her three children were burnt to death in the fire in the kuccha house which began from a bonfire. The police and the fire brigade personnel put out the fire and removed the bodies from the rubble.
The Sub-Divisional Magistrate said prima facie the cause of the fire appears to be the sparks from the bonfire. But only an investigation can confirm the actual reason.