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Australian Minor Sexually Abused and Blackmailed by Indore Man, CBI Files FIR

Acting on information from Interpol, CBI conducted multiple raids and recovered incriminating materials.



CBI Registers Case Against Indore Man for Sexual Abuse and Blackmail of Minor

Indore: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered a case against Ankur Shukla, a resident of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, for allegedly being involved in the online sexual abuse of a minor girl from Australia. The case came to light after CBI received crucial information from Interpol about the matter.

According to officials, Ankur Shukla befriended the minor girl on Instagram and gradually coerced her into sending objectionable images and videos. When the girl hesitated, he threatened to share these images and videos with her family and friends, forcing her to continue sending them under duress.

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When the victim eventually blocked him on Instagram, Shukla continued to harass her by contacting her on WhatsApp. This ongoing intimidation prompted further action by the authorities.

CBI took swift action by geolocating Shukla’s whereabouts to gather concrete evidence. Multiple raids were conducted at his premises in Madhya Pradesh, resulting in the recovery of several incriminating materials, including computer hard disks and mobile phones.

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A senior CBI official confirmed that the investigation is ongoing and that the accused will be arrested soon. The case underscores the importance of international cooperation in tackling cybercrimes and protecting vulnerable individuals from online predators.

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