Delhi: Former New Delhi Television (NDTV) anchor Nidhi Razdan has filed a complaint with Greater Kailash Police Station after she was duped in a phishing scam, which caused her to resign from her role as executive editor of NDTV in June 2020.
In the alleged offer, she was offered the position of Associate Professor at Harvard University.
Upon receiving it, Ms Razdan, who had worked with NDTV for 21-years, quit her job to take up the ‘offer’.
Taking to Twitter, she wrote, “I have been the victim of a very serious phishing attack. I’m putting this statement out to set the record straight about what I’ve been through. I will not be addressing this issue any further on social media.”
In her complaint, Ms Razdan said that cognizable offences including forgery, cheating, identity fraud and impersonation by have been committed against her.