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Bhopal Police has issued an advisory against the fraudsters who could cheat people in the name of providing easy and early access to the coronavirus vaccine. The advisory has been issued after a Bhopal-based student approached the cyber cell of the state police and filed a complaint against an unknown person.

In his complaint, the student said he had received a phone call from an unknown person who asked for his bank account number and Aaadhar card details in return for providing priority access to the coronavirus vaccine once it is approved by the central government.

According to Rajat Saklecha, Additional SP, Bhopal cyber cell, the advisory has been issued to the common public against such fraudsters. He said people have been advised to not click on any link which seeks bank account and other details in return for the coronavirus vaccine.

“People have been asked not to share any OTP or other bank details and also not to click on any link that promises a coronavirus vaccine shot,” Saklecha said while confirming that a student in Bhopal had been approached by one such fraudster.

Bhopal Police has been trying to locate the person who called the Bhopal student.

The Madhya Pradesh government had recently said that a law to make a provision of a life sentence for those convicted for adulterating food and drugs would be brought in the state Vidhan Sabha.

The state government’s decision came after several cases of adulterated plasma being supplied to coronavirus infected patients came to light in Gwalior


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