Highlights

  • Bombay HC's retired chief justice Ramesh Deokinandan Dhanuka was recently duped
  • Police in Colaba filed a FIR
  • He was duped of duped of ₹50,000 in an online banking scam

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Bombay HC's retired chief justice Ramesh Deokinandan Dhanuka became victim of an online banking scam in which he was duped of ₹50,000

Bombay High Court's retired chief justice duped of  ₹50,000 in online banking scam

Bombay High Court's retired chief justice Ramesh Deokinandan Dhanuka was recently duped of ₹50,000 in an online banking scam. Police in Colaba filed a first information report (FIR) against an unknown individual for cheating the former chief justice of the Bombay High Court.

Police reported that Justice (Retd) Ramesh Deokinandan Dhanuka, 62, received a message on his mobile phone on November 27. In the message, it was mentioned that he needed to update his PAN card. Police further mentioned that the former chief justice was informed that his State Bank of India account would be closed if he failed to update the card.

Justice Dhanuka then clicked on the link and filled in his personal information. As soon as he clicked on the submit button, an amount of ₹50,000 was deducted from his account.

After this, the SBI representative called Justice Dhanuka and told him that a transaction has been made from his account. However, Justice Dhanuka denied it and blocked his internet banking ID.

Later, Justice Dhanuka lodged a complaint on helpline number 1930 and gave a written statement to Colaba police on November 28.

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