New Delhi : The ‘cryptocurrency’ of a Delhi-based businessman was allegedly stolen and sent to the account of the Al-Qasm Brigade, the military wing of the Palestinian organization Hamas. The cyber branch of the company has given information about this on Monday. He told that the businessman had lodged a complaint with Paschim Vihar police station in 2019 that some unidentified persons had fraudulently sent the ‘cryptocurrency’ from his ‘wallet’ elsewhere. Police said that the value of ‘cryptocurrency’ was around Rs 30 lakh at that time, which has now increased to Rs 4 crore. On the orders of the court, the investigation of the case was handed over to the Special Cell Cyber Crime Branch of Delhi Police. Cyber Cell Deputy Commissioner of Police KPS Malhotra said during the investigation it emerged that the cryptocurrency had been sent to the account of the Al-Qasm Brigade, the military wing of the Palestinian organization Hamas.