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Income-tax accounts of Dhoni, Tendulkar hacked into: Mumbai Police


Mumbai, Sept 26: Mumbai Police, which is probing the alleged hacking by a CA student into Anil Ambani's e-filing of Income-Tax returns account, has stumbled upon another CA student who not only accessed the top industrialist's account, but also of popular cricketers and film stars including Sachin Tendulkar, M.S. Dhoni, Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan.

The accused first accessed the accounts of Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan

According to the police, during the probe of the case of a Hyderabad-based young CA student hacking into the IT account of Mr. Ambani, it has emerged that the business tycoon's account was also fraudulently accessed from Noida.

"We questioned the girl if she had also accessed the account from Noida for which she replied in the negative. She also denied she knew anybody from Noida," said Mukund Pawar, Senior Inspector at Cyber Cell of the crime branch.

The 21-year-old woman, who has been doing her chartered accountancy articleship at Manoj Daga & Company in Hyderabad, was booked under relevant sections of Information Technology Act on September 7, police said.

The probe took them to Vishal Kaushal Company, an accountancy firm in Noida, where CA student Sanchit Katiyal (22) was found to have hacked into Mr. Ambani's account, he said.

Sanchit, who is doing his articleship, was accordingly booked by the Cyber Crime Cell on September 16 and his computer and hard disks were seized, Pawar added.

Like the Hyderabad based girl, Sanchit had also for curiosity had hacked into Mr. Ambani's account on June 26.

The accused first accessed the accounts of Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan on June 22, Dhoni's account on June 24 and then broke into Mr. Ambani's account.

He again accessed Mr. Dhoni's account on June 28, and Mr. Tendulkar's account on July 4.


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