(5 Feb 2021) Infamous as India’s ‘phishing capital’, Jharkhand’s tiny Jamtara district now has 45 public libraries diverting youth away from cybercrime.
A library movement developed in a short span of time in Jharkhand’s Jamtara district is receiving a steady flow of students and helping them turn a new page. The district love for books assumes huge significance as it has the dubious distinction of being the “phishing capital of India”. Many youth, mostly drop-outs in the 15-35 years age group, have been turning to cybercrime to earn a few quick bucks.
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