KARACHI: After two months of continuous efforts, the team of ARY News program Sare aam has exposed the biggest digital scandal in the world including Pakistan.
According to the details, after the presence of this group, it can be said that the fingerprints and NADRA data of Pakistanis are unsafe as this group used to steal fingerprints and make rubber thumb impressions to achieve its goals.
What were the goals of the group?
Hacking phones with fingerprints on rubber, withdrawing money from ATMs, SIMs are all easy, in addition to the telecom sector, banking sector, the Ehsas program is a target of counterfeiters, while in the name of citizens through fake mobile SIM There is also the fear of terrorism.
Police revealed that evidence of fake SIMs has also come to light in several incidents. After the scandal was exposed, questions have also been raised about the biometric system and the presence of gang facilitators in rare employees as the group carried out its intentions without internal support. Could not
After two months of continuous efforts, the team of ARY News program Sare aam identified the group which made fake fingerprints, after which the concerned agencies took action in Gulshan-e-Maymar and arrested the members.
It has also been revealed that the gang members belong to the Rajanpur district of Sindh. The gang members used to make rubber thumbprints from thump impressions through which they also withdrew money from customers’ bank accounts from ATMs.
The group targeted large account holders while also targeting the Ehsas program and the telecom sector, creating thump impressions of women registered in the Ehsas program.
The accused were arrested
Police recovered Ehsas program registers from the arrested suspects, who revealed that they had extracted fake SIMs with the help of rubber thumbs and also created a WhatsApp, including phone hacking.
ARY Anchor Iqrarul Hassan said that this is the biggest digital scandal in the world, including Pakistan because fingerprints were considered safe in the world till now.