Published On : Tue, Jan 8th, 2019

Andhra Bank, Shikshak Sahakari Bank duped of Rs 42 lakh, 2 booked

Nagpur: Bank fraud is back to haunt Nagpur’s financial institutions yet again! In the fresh incident, Nandanvan police have rounded up four tricksters for allegedly duping Andhra Bank and Shikshak Sahakari Bank by presenting fabricated papers for securing loan worth Rs 42 lakhs between July 11, 2017 and Sep 2017.

The accused has been identified as Rahul Jairam Marode resident of Mangli in Kuhi tehsil, Nilesh Ramrao Patil resident of Dahanghat, Dhighori, Praful Pandurang Shembekar and Mangesh Kashinath Durgapal both resident of Pavansut Nagar, Nagpur.

Sources said the accused used documents of complainant Deepak Shivnarayan Songanjir (33) resident of Plot. No. 73, Bhuteshwar Nagar, Gangabai Ghat road and created fake sale deed of his flat in Shivnarayan Apartment in Anmol Nagar. They later presented these papers in the banks and secured themselves loan worth Rs 42 lakhs.

Following the complaint of 33-year-old complainant Nandanvan police have registered a case of fraud under section 419, 420, 465, 466, 467, 468, 470, 471, 482, 120 (B), 34 of IPC and started the probe.