Sometimes someone puts up a historic building for sale for a joke. If someone commits such fraud, something like this happened in Varanasi.
An advertisement for the sale of Prime Minister Modi’s parliamentary office in Varanasi was seen on OLX. Some people posted an announcement on olx to sell Prime Minister Modi’s office for fun.
Varanasi’s Bhelupur police have detained four accused for allegedly placing advertisements on an online site to ‘sell’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s parliamentary office in Varanasi.
Giving information about this, the police said on Friday that the advertisement was put up to sell Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s parliamentary office at Jawahar Nagar for Rs 7.5 crore.
He said that Bhelupur police has registered a case and taken the four accused, Laxmi Kant Ojha, Manoj Yadav, Babu Lal Patel, and Jitendra Verma into custody, and they are being questioned.
There was also a picture of the office on Olx. And it was priced at Rs 7.5 crore. Also, the advertisement contained information such as information inside the office, rooms, parking facilities, etc. So that the ad feels true.
Prime Minister Modi’s Parliamentary office in Gurudham Colony, Varanasi, has come under fire.
This, in turn, points to loopholes in security. Eventually, the case reached the police. The police removed the advertisement. Also, four people have been arrested.
The person from whose account this ad was shared is named Laxmikant Ojha. Police are investigating. But it seems more like someone shared a picture like this to make a joke.