The man was recognized as Md Saikat Hossain Bhuiyan, also recognized as Topu, 21. He was captured in entrance of Dhaka’s Regency Resort on Monday, police reported.
Topu posted fake details on Facebook mentioning that he could improve the final result of community examinations in exchange for income whilst making use of shots of the training minister, the deputy minister of education, the chairman of the Public Service Fee and the secretary of the Directorate of Secondary and Larger Instruction on his internet pages, explained Md Moshiur Rahman, the deputy commissioner of detective police.
Topu confessed to staying involved in the cons, the police reported citing an original interrogation. He made use of 19 Facebook and Messenger accounts to have out his misleading acts.
The authorities have been ready to log into these accounts, each with unique profile pics, from his mobile telephone.
Moshiur claimed Topu had built numerous posts in social media groups claiming to alter the mark sheets of SSC, HSC, Honours and master’s exams in return for dollars.
People today in search of to elevate the final results would get in touch with him by means of Fb Messenger. Immediately after he acquired messages from this sort of people, he would ship screenshots of “altered mark sheets” to obtain believe in from his victims.
The moment he obtained the cash from them as a result of bKash, he would block them to slash off even more communication.
Aside from these, Topu applied the photos of diverse men and ladies on his profile to unfold misinformation. A case was submitted against him with Khilkhet police about the subject.