Fraud in Gramin Bank of Begusarai: Ahmedabad RTGS from cloned check Rs 9.75 lakh, FIR not filed even after six days of application in police station

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The fraudster challenged the bank by making illegal withdrawal of Rs 9,75,000 through cloned check from the main branch of Dakshin Bihar Gramin Bank located at Traffic Chowk in the city of Begusarai. The manager of the bank, Chandrakishore Singh, has filed an FIR in the city police station on October 7 and has requested to take action against the accused. But even on the sixth day of submitting the application, due to non-registration of FIR in the city police station, there is resentment among the bank employees due to the sluggish attitude of the police.

In the application for FIR, the manager has said that on October 1, the fraudsters made illegal withdrawal of 9,75,000 through check clone from account holder Raman Kumar’s account. The account holder is the son of Jagannath Singh, a resident of Lohia Nagar Mohalla.

Branch Manager has said that money was transferred through RTGS in Kotak Mahindra Bank, Ahmedabad branch in the name of Mohammad Parbin by way of check. On October 5, the aggrieved account holder complained of illegal withdrawal by applying to the regional manager RN Trivedi. After that, on the instructions of the regional officer, the branch manager applied for an FIR in the city police station.

In the case, the city police station chief Abhay Shankar, while refusing to register the case, said that there is a technical obligation. He said that research is going on.


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