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Forgery case worth Rs 1 crore reported on SBI a/cs
By Vaibhav Aggarwal
Aug 13, 2010
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It has been detected that amount worth Rs 1 crore has been withdrawn from different SBI accounts with the aid of false documents. The case has occured in the Mandi branch of the bank in Himachal Pradesh.

The bank got to know about the case when customers complained about loss of cash from their accounts. On checking, it was found that withdrawal of over Rs 1 crore has been detected till now, said R S Verma, manager of the bank.

The bank cashier at the time of these withdrawals has been reported to be on leave.

Verma said that he has intimated higher authorities about the incident and action would be taken after proper checking of all the accounts.


 


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