Deputy Assistant Attorney General Arun G Rao of the Justice Department’s Civil Division, along with staff from the Consumer Protection Branch and the FBI, met last week with CBI officials in New Delhi to discuss deepening and expanding operations against cyber- enabled. financial crimes and international call fraud, which is important for law enforcement, it said.
“During their meetings, the parties expressed their continued commitment to the fight against these types of crimes that have occurred since their last meeting in October 2021, including efforts to obtain evidence of those involved in US corruption for use in the prosecution of suspected criminals in India. , as well as the seizure of evidence and the arrest of Indian nationals suspected of involvement in cyber-sponsored financial crimes and international fraud and identification, among other things, through information provided by the US police. ” he said.
The parties reaffirmed their commitment to continue cooperation in addressing current and emerging technology breaches based on recent developments and reforming information exchange systems, to ensure the security of all citizens of the United States. and India, the Justice Department said.
Sensex, Nifty50 expected to open in the green amid global pros: Maruti Suzuki, Axis Bank, Zomato among stocks in focus.
Investment in capital markets through promissory notes to fall to ₹96,292 crore in Dec 2022 on profit retention
Axis Bank Q3 profit grows 62% YoY to ₹ 5,853 crore, beats expectations even as provisions and margins rise