A 36-year-old Indian man has been arrested in Nepal for illegally operating call bypass on international calls that caused a loss of millions of rupees to the Himalayan nation's telecom department, police said on Sunday.
Khursed Ansari, a resident of Sunauli in Uttar Pradesh, was arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation of Nepal Police from Kathmandu on charges of operating call bypass, a statement issued by the Nepal Police said.
The police also recovered a laptop, a 4G device, routers and 16 SIM cards from the accused, the statement said.
Police have initiated further investigation into the matter after taking Ansari in custody.
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