gomtipur: alimony lawsuit: lady accesses account | Ahmedabad Information

Ahmedabad: A 31-year-old man from Gomtipur district on Friday filed a complaint with cybercrime police alleging that his wife had secretly accessed his email account to get the password to his income tax (IT) account. change so that she could press her child support dispute before a family court.
Rahul Sangma, who works as a clerk at Western Railway, said in his FIR that he and his wife Kiran Rana have been living apart since February 22, 2019.
On May 23, 2019, Sangma said he saw an email from the IT department delivered to his inbox around midnight on May 22, 2019.
“I noticed that someone made a request to change my income tax account password. The message said that if I didn’t reply to the mail it would be assumed I changed my password,” Sangma said in his FIR.
He said the mail was also forwarded to his wife and claimed that his wife had changed the IT account password.
In late May and early June, someone made attempts to hack into Sangma’s email. Whenever Sangma tried to log into his IT account, he was unsuccessful.
Sangma claimed in the FIR that only his wife knew his email password and other details, which she used to change his IT account passwords and received details about his return.
Sangma said he and his wife were pursuing alimony in a family court.
At that time, the police found that his wife had accessed his account. Since he was trying to find a compromise with her, he did not file a complaint at the time.
When negotiations between him and his wife broke down, he contacted the Cybercrime Police and filed a complaint under the Information Technology Act against Rana.

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