Meet Archana Nag, born in a poor family but became rich by wrong means

A 26-year-old woman by the name of Archana Nag found the wrong route to make good money and at some point in time, she became so rich as well. However, that didn’t last long as she was arrested for doing such a wrong act.

Now, you might be wondering what crime did she do to get arrested. If and only you know her life story, you would be really surprised and it would be as dramatic as a movie. Yes, get ready to read this story.!

How did she become rich? Well, it was so simple for her as she did various forms of crimes behind the scenes. She became rich by blackmailing. From befriending influential people including politicians, businessmen and film producers, she blackmailed and extorted money from the rich.

Hailing from Kalahandi, Archana arrived in Bhubaneswar in 2015. As per the reports, she worked at a private security firm and then later plied her trade at a beauty parlour. She got hitched to Jagabandhu Chand of Balasore district in 2018.

As per the reports, it is alleged that she ran a sex racket while plying her trade at the beauty parlour. In a very short span of time, she managed to acquire a wealth of around Rs 30 crore. Her massive mansion has a wide range of decorations, luxury cars and high breed dogs and a white horse.

Nonetheless, last week Odisha police arrested her on charges of blackmailing based on a complaint given by a lady and an Odia film producer. The police booked Nag, her husband and another person under different sections of the IPC and the IT Act.

As per reports, she allegedly befriended people on social media and then blackmailed them after clicking intimate pics and videos.

“A case was registered against Archana Nag on October 2 at Khandagiri police station. Case 496/22 has been registered against her under 387, 420 and 506 IT Act. Her modus operandi was she first very cunningly developed friendships with the victims. She then called them to her house and got intimate with them. She then recorded intimate videos through secret cameras and later blackmailed the victims, who were from influential backgrounds,” said Bhubaneswar DCP, Prateek Singh, in a press statement.

“A probe into the whole incident has already begun. We have also sent notice to her husband to appear before the police. A pen drive, laptop, and bank passbooks have been seized from her house. The police are also looking into her bank details and transactions. All necessary details have been sought from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Efforts are also on to identify all the victims, who the lady blackmailer blackmailed,” the DCP added.