In comparison to other states, Jharkhand is in a relatively better position when it comes to the control of cybercrime, according to the most recent statistics provided by the National Crime Records Bureau. While Telangana has reported 15,297 cases of cybercrime, a few high-profile cases have damaged Jharkhand’s reputation. Nonetheless, Jharkhand is doing better than other states at combating cybercrime, according to NCRB data.
Jharkhand’s Cybercrime Control
Jharkhand is now ranked 12th in cybercrime, a considerable improvement over its previous ranking of 8th in dacoity cases, according to recent news reports. The information was found in a National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) report.
Cybercrime-related incidents, especially those that gained prominence in Jamtara, have damaged Jharkhand’s image. In contrast to other states, Jharkhand appears to be doing reasonably well in terms of reducing cybercrimes, according to NCRB statistics.
|Dacoity Cases Reported
Jharkhand is ranked 12th out of all states with better control over credit and debit card fraud. Telangana had 795 incidents of debit and credit card fraud, according to NCRB data, the most of any state. States with reported cases ranging from 760 to 31 in this category, such as Bihar, Maharashtra, Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Assam, and Jharkhand, performed worse than Jharkhand.
In addition, the report shows that Maharashtra topped the list of states with the most dacoity incidents, with Jharkhand placing eighth in this category. The NCRB report offers a thorough synopsis of the crime scenario and illuminates the states’ involvement in various criminal activities.