PSNews - Senior Lieutenant General Bui Van Nam, Deputy Minister of Public Security on June 3 sent a letter praising units under the Department of Cyber Security and Hi-tech Crime Prevention and the Hanoi Municipal Police Department for their achievements in stamping out a large-scale internet-based gambling network named "No hu".
|Senior Lieutenant General Bui Van Nam, Deputy Minister of Public Security.
The letter is translated into English below.
The Department of Cyber Security and Hi-tech Crime Prevention and the Hanoi Municipal Police Department on May 22 successfully broke down a large-scale online gambling network named "No hu", arresting 15 suspects and seizing 7 computers, 8 CPUs, 4 cars as well as many important exhibits. As reported, this illegal online gambling network had millions of user-accounts with the transaction amount of up to VND 64 trillion.
The success in annihilating the gambling network has demonstrated the resolute spirit of fighting against crimes, and the effective collaboration among professional units under the Ministry of Public Security and local police units, contributing to preventing crimes and stabilizing public order and security. It has also left positive impacts on society and promoted the contribution of the public security forces to the nation.
On behalf of the Public Security Central Party Committee and leaders of the Ministry of Public Security, Deputy Minister Bui Van Nam praised the participating units under the Department of Cyber Security and Hi-tech Crime Prevention and the Hanoi Municipal Police Department.
Deputy Minister Bui Van Nam instructed the relevant units to continue collecting documents and evidence to prosecute all persons involved in the gambling network in accordance with the laws while raising people's sense of vigilance against all forms of gambling. The Deputy Minister also hoped that the units will strive to achieve more outstanding results of the fight against crimes.
By Linh Bui