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Home / Pune News / Two use man’s IDs to get credit card, spend Rs 2.5 lakh; arrested by Pune police

Two use man’s IDs to get credit card, spend Rs 2.5 lakh; arrested by Pune police

The accused allegedly used a photo copy of the complainant, Vivek Khandre’s Aadhaar and Pan card to apply for a credit card from the State Bank of India

pune Updated: Jan 30, 2020 16:32 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times, Pune
Using the credit card that was subsequently issued, the two made multiple transactions that collectively amount to Rs 2,54,857, according to police.  
Using the credit card that was subsequently issued, the two made multiple transactions that collectively amount to Rs 2,54,857, according to police.  (HT/PHOTO)

Two men were arrested by the Pimpri-Chinchwad police for using the government-issued documents of a man, and spending Rs 2,54,857 on a credit card issued in his name. 

The two have been identified as Yashwant Ingale and Milind Tejrao Sadanshiv, both residents of Shiv Nagari, Bijlee nagar in Chinchwad.  

The complaint in the matter was lodged by Vivek Kishanrao Khandre, 35, a resident of Pimple Saudagar, Pimpri-Chinchwad.  

The accused allegedly used a photo copy of Khandre’s Aadhaar and Pan card to apply for a credit card from the State Bank of India. Police are investigating how the two acquired the photo copies of the documents. The credit card application was made in February 2019.  

The two used another person's picture on the forms even though the credentials were that of Khandre.  

Using the credit card that was subsequently issued, the two made multiple transactions that collectively amount to Rs 2,54,857, according to police.  

Police inspector (crime) Ajay Bhosale of Sangvi police station is investigating the case. A case under Sections 420 (cheating), 468 (forgery for purpose of cheating), and 34 (common intention) of Indian Penal Code along with Section 66(c) of Information Technology Act was registered at Sangvi police station.