Prison officials have received phone numbers from IPS and judges have been hacked, inmate says


There is a new development in the Ujjain cyber hacking case. A video of an inmate, the hacker Amar, who is being held in a Madhya Pradesh prison, has gone viral on social media. In the clip, which News18 failed to independently verify, Amar directly accused prison officials of hacking the cell phones of several people, including IPS officials and judges. The prisoner also claims that officials made crores by cyber hacking from Ujjain Prison.

In the video, Amar claims that prison officials asked him to create websites. He described Santosh Ladiya, the former deputy prison director, as the mastermind behind cyber hacking. Amar alleged that he was cyber hacking in prison on the orders of Santosh. The hacker also shows the office the documents via video call. He also confirms the email IDs, website, and YouTube channel that he created on the orders of prison officials.

An SIT of the MP State’s cyber cell had previously opened its investigation into the matter following the revelations in the case. The cyber cell also interviewed Assistant Warden Santosh Ladiya, Deputy Warden Suresh Kumar Goel, and Sentinel Dharmendsra Namdev separately.

Amar Agarwal, who lives in Maharashtra, is currently detained in Bhopal Central Prison, where he has been transferred from Ujjain Central Prison by order of the court. He wrote a letter to Bhopal Prison Administration alleging that Ujjain Prison officials forced him to commit the digital fraud.

He went on to claim that the phones of many of the major IPS and judges were also hacked. He was also pressured into downloading malware designed to damage the computer. He was also tricked into committing digital credit card fraud.

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