Case filed against two bank employees for exchanging Rs 6 lakh without ID


Police in Hyderabad booked two workers of a bank for trading demonetised notes worth Rs 6 lakh without recognizable proof confirmation. 

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The workers of Kamala Nagar branch of Syndicate Bank in Saroornagar were reserved late on Sunday after the director held up a dissension with the police. 

V. Mallesh, an agent, gave over demonetized notes of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 to clerk Radhika and gathered equivalent sum in new coin notes of Rs 2,000. This occurrence happened on Saturday and the same was identified by the supervisor amid confirmation. 

Saroornagar police booked the pair for bamboozling and criminal break of trust. 

Taking after suspension by the bank chief, Mallesh brought back Rs 5.6 lakh. He told the higher-ups that he spent the rest of the sum. 

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The bank authorities and police, in any case, don't trust that the cash had a place with him. 

Police were addressing him to know the wellspring of demonetized notes. 

Under the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) manages, a man can trade most extreme of Rs 4,000 demonetized notes by submitting Aadhar card or other ID confirmation.

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