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Bank of Maharashtra Clerk accused of Rs 96 lakh fraud
By Neelima Shankar
Nov 22, 2012
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The city police of Nagpur have registered a case against a Bank of Maharashtra clerk for a fraud of Rs 96, 43,599.

Working with Bank of Maharashtra's Jaripatka branch, Mr. Dewanand Nichwani is accused of wrongfully diverting cheques. Police officer said that between November 2007 and May 2008, he deposited around 48 cheques which were handed over by the bank customers in 13 different accounts. Most of the accounts were of the relatives or friends of the accused clerk. He instead of depositing the cheques in the customer's account diverted them into in to his accounts.

But proceeding to this accusation, no arrest has been made yet.

 


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