Published On : Tue, Jan 1st, 2013

Cooperative bank for women plays fraud of Rs. 30 lakhs

Nagpur News:  Shramik Dham Mahila Sahakari Pat Sanstha, a working women’s cooperative society in Wadi, has been charged with creating fake documents in the name of its clueless members and illegally taking in money through illegitimate banks loans to the tune of Rs. 30, 82, 705.

It has also been discovered that the society administrators have been duping its members for long by pocketing the regular amounts of hard- earned money that they deposit to the society. Fifteen female members of the cooperative society have been booked in this case by Wadi police.

The society President Asha Girolkar, Secretary Kalavati Barai, Manager Rupali Mukhedar, executive Kiran Mahite (rokpal), Vice- President Malti Shinde, and other executives Nandatai Kadam , Ushatai Langde , Bharti Shirbhtae, Manda Bhajgaore, Panchphula Ambajhire, Kamla Sonavne, Chandrakala Adikne, Sheila Borde, Manda Akotkar and Baby Modankar have been named in a complaint filed by account supervisor Vikas Marotrao Patil (48), a Jaripatka resident, at Wadi police station.

Police Sub- inspector Goswami, in charge of the case, has filed a case under Sections 454, 457 and 380 of the Indian Penal Code. Further investigations are underway.