CBI REGISTERS TWO SEPARATE CASES RELATED TO ALLEGED BANK FRAUD OF RS.7926 CRORE & 313.79 CRORE

The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered two separate cases related to Bank Fraud to the tune of Rs.7926.01 crore(approx) and Rs.313.79 crore(approx).

The first case has been registered against Hyderabad based private company and others including its CMD, Additional Directors, unknown public servants & unknown others on a complaint from Canara Bank.

 It was alleged that the private firm based at Hyderabad and its directors had availed credit facilities on multiple banking arrangements. The consortium was formed with other banks, led by Canara Bank. It was further alleged that the accused had involved in falsification / fabrication of books of accounts, fudging of stock statements, tampering of balance sheets, round tripping of funds etc. It was also alleged that the accused misappropriated bank’s funds and diverted the loan amount sanctioned by the banks and caused loss of Rs. 7926.01 crore(approx) to Canara Bank and other member banks. The account had become NPA and the fraud was reported.

Searches were conducted at the premises of private company/other accused at Hyderabad and Guntur, which led to recovery of incriminating documents.

The Second case has been registered against a private company based at Chennai and others including its Chairman; Director; unknown Public Servants & private persons on a complaint from State Bank of India. It was alleged that the borrower company represented by its Chairman & Director availed Credit limits of Rs.310 crore(approx) from SBI. It was further alleged that the loans amounts were diverted to related parties. The account became NPA and declared as fraud. An alleged loss of Rs.313.79 crore(approx) was caused to Bank.

Searches were conducted at the premises of the accused at Chennai which led to recovery of incriminating documents.

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