Anti-nationals pretend as security officers in J&K
Jammu & Kashmir

Anti-nationals pretend as security officers in J&K

Agency News

Jammu, Feb 28 : In view of prevailing situation between India and Pakistan, Rajouri people has issued an advisory asking people to beware of anti-nationals impersonating as security officers of different agencies seeking vital info.

"From last few days such reports have been received wherein some police, civil officers as well as some civilians have received phone calls from suspicious unknown numbers wherein callers impersonating themselves as senior army officers, senior police officers, senior civil administration officers try to inquire about some security related issues," said the advisory circulated.

It further read that during investigation by experts, it has been found that these calls are rooted from outside country through a specialised software due to which some other phone numbers, mostly starting with +91 code are displayed on mobile screen.

"In the investigation conducted so far, it has been ascertained that calls are made from outside India and some miscreants, anti-national elements and anti-social elements are trying to befool people by pretending as senior officers and try to fetch vital information," it read.

In these circumstances, all the people are advised not to share any kind of details with such dubious callers and rather disconnect the call as soon as they come to know that caller is not known to you but trying to get some vital information, it read and said, "alongside, immediately bring the matter in the notice of concerned police by reporting it in nearby police station or directly to the office of Senior Superintendent of Police."

"It is made clear that no civil, police and army officers directly calls people or officials at field level to inquire about security scenario and other allied information," it said and added that people making these calls try to get some vital information by befooling so that they can achieve their nefarious designs.

"People in general are also requested to aware their family members, friends and common masses in this regard," read the advisory. (UNI)