BHUBANESHWAR: In a new rollout of honey trap rackets in Archana Nag, Odisha, the National Forensic Laboratory (SFSL) on Monday submitted a digital analysis report of electronic equipment seized from a female extortionist.
The SFSL reportedly handed over a comprehensive report and opinion on the digital data of four mobile phones, two laptops and one pen drive to Khandagiri police in a second slot.
Commissionert Police sent several electronic devices seized during the investigation into Archana’s sexual and blackmail racket to the SFSL for forensic analysis. was sent to SFSL for
SFSL submitted a digital analysis report on Jagabandhu to police, courts and the Enforcement Department (ED) a few days ago.
Information contained in electronic gadget forensic reports may shed light on alleged ties to Archana with celebrities, including influential politicians and businessmen.
Chats and data deleted from mobile phones and laptops have been successfully recovered by SFSL experts and handed over to courts and police, according to sources.
Archana’s e-gadget forensics report will be very helpful to EDs investigating sextortion racket financial transactions.
In addition to collecting several other devices used by the female blackmailer, the ED has already received two diaries of Archana from Khandagiri police after court approval.
The Central Investigation Service also interrogated Archana and Jagabandhu after remand to obtain information on the proceeds of the crime.
Archana was arrested by police on October 6, while her husband, Jagabandhu Chand, was arrested on October 21.
Archana and Jagabandhu are said to have collected more than 300 crore rupees by blackmailing and blackmailing some politicians and wealthy people between 2018 and 2022. The agency has already tracked that there was a deposit of Rs 2.5 crore in the couple’s bank accounts between 2017 and 2022.