Noida: The Gautam Buddha Nagar Police, on June 8, 2022, took it to the streets to spread awareness about fraudulent cases of Cyber Crime with a nukkad natak. The nukkad natak was organised at Savitri Market Sector-18 under the Jagurakta Abhiyaan of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav.
The artists of Suman Sanskritik Manch performed the natak named 'KYC- Kaisa Ye Chal'. The whole plot of the play was based on people who fall prey to deceit owing to their greed. The moral of the play was to be more aware and not share any personal details to anyone over calls.
The program kickstarted with a beautiful dance performance on Saraswati Vandana by young girls, followed by a singing performance on cybercrime by singer Bhanu Shree which evoked a sense of awareness among people about cybercrime. Finally, the Nukkar Natak was presented which garnered loads of applause from the audience.
Among the people who attended the program were a group of auto drivers, the general public as well as the whole Gautam Buddh Nagar Cyber Crime Department.
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Rita Yadav, Incharge of CyberCrime Cell, SHO, says, "People should pay more attention and think twice before doing anything online. Don't install any application like Anydesk or Quick Support. They can clone your phone. Be aware and spread awareness. Keep your social media handles private and don't ever accept an unknown person's request."
Sushil Jain, President of Market Association Sector-18, says, "The programme was quite informative and enjoyable. People always find a new way to cheat people, it's our own duty to be more aware and not to trust anyone randomly. If anyone asks you about your personal information, you also ask them questions and if something sounds suspicious, contact the police."
The police informed that such plays are being held at more than 18 places in the state to spread awareness. People can also report any cyber crime by calling crime helpdesk number 1903.