MP mass suicide case: deceased Bhupendra, victim of online fraud app, sent obscene photos to family and friends, threatened, revealed in suicide note

Amritanshi Joshi, Bhopal. A new twist has come in the mass suicide case from Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh. The truth of suicide has come to the fore from the suicide note of the deceased Bhupendra Vishwakarma. Bhupendra Vishwakarma was a victim of online fraud app.

The link of online job came on Telegram and WhatsApp. Bhupendra joined the job because of earning quick money. In the beginning, along with the profit, the company also gave extra money. Later the work pressure started being given by the company. Due to Bhupendra’s civil failure, he could not get a loan from the bank. He took a loan from the online company itself and spent money on the company like water. This has been mentioned in the suicide note.

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Threats were coming from the online app company to return the loan money to Bhupendra. The company started threatening Bhupendra repeatedly to return the loan money. In July, the company hacked Bhupendra’s call details and phone. After hacking the phone, the company also sent obscene photos to family and friends and started threatening them. According to the relatives, calls were also made to the relatives asking for money. At present, the police is engaged in the investigation of the whole matter.

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