Railway Tickets used to fund terrorists - IRCTC Scam - watsupptoday.com
Railway Tickets used to fund terrorists - IRCTC Scam
Posted 23 Jan 2020 05:47 PM


Whenever you have to travel by train, the biggest tension is obtaining a confirmed ticket. Sometimes, even after countless attempts, it is difficult to get a confirmed ticket.
There have been complaints in this regards thousands of times, claims have been made hundreds of times, but to no avail.

It has now come to light that terrorists were involved in this ticket scam and were making big profits off your hard-earned money.

Yes, the biggest disclosure of black marketing of tickets booked through the IRCTC website has been done. The cover of secrecy over the entire racket was blown by a team of policemen. Many links such as black money and terrorism funding have been exposed, along with several foreign countries and software companies.

The shocking revelations about railway tickets have come to light. The Railway Protection Force (RPF) has busted an international network involving the illegal sale of e-tickets in the railways, which have links to hawala and money laundering and terror funding in Dubai, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Singapore, and Yugoslavia.

Modus Operandi
The gang leader is sitting in Dubai, while the gang was controlled from Bengaluru. The Investigation agencies have arrested 27 people, including the alleged gang leader named Ghulam Mustafa, who sells e-ticket booking software. Considering the seriousness of the case, now the Information Bureau (IB) and the National Investigation Agency (NIA) have also started investigations.

The RPF has revealed a large gang exposing the ticket racket. The gang leader was known as 'Guruji'. The gang has been active for the last five years and had earned around Rs 1000 crores. According to the RPF, this gang used to book 85 percent of the tickets from IRCTC, which were given to the passengers at arbitrary prices.

Mustafa, a resident of Giridih in Jharkhand, was arrested from Bhubaneswar. During the investigation, 563 private IDs of the IRCTC website were recovered from him.

According to sources, the gang had developed an ANMS software for black marketing. This software used to break all barriers and book tickets in a short time.

The entire process of booking a ticket by a common traveler generally takes around three minutes. However, the software created by the gang reportedly completed the entire process within a minute.
This software reportedly did not require to enter CAPTCHA and OTP - as required by ordinary passengers - in order to book a ticket.

The sources also disclosed that the gang had engaged 300 panels and 20 thousand agents across the country.

The gang reportedly used to earn Rs 10 to 15 crores every month.
The gang allegedly used this money to help terrorist organizations operating against India.

Hamid Ashraf, who is based in Dubai and handles this entire black marketing operation, is originally from Uttar Pradesh. He is also an accused in the 2019 Gonda bombings. In the year 2016, RPF arrested Hamid Ashraf in connection with the black marketing of tickets.

The gang reportedly also has the technology to create fake Aadhar cards and fake PAN cards and was also working to bring people from Bangladesh illegally and settle them in India.

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