- A police complaint was registered against a clerk of Rajkot Citizens Cooperative Bank Limited
- Police have registered a case against Clark Prakash Nkum under various sections of the Indian Penal Code
- According to the complaint, Nkum transferred money from the bank to his various accounts through net banking
The clerk withdrew the account holders’ fixed deposit ahead of time
Morbi A Division police have registered a case against clerk Prakash Nkum for fraud, forgery and various other sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) following a complaint lodged by Dharmesh More, deputy manager of the bank’s Morbi branch. According to the complaint, between 2019 and 2021, Nkum had withdrawn his fixed deposit (FD) ahead of time without informing the account holders.
Nkum withdrew 59 FDs, the bank’s branch manager said in the complaint
In the complaint, Moore alleged that Nakum had forged Rs. 1.92 crore 59 FDs were withdrawn prematurely. Nkum also transferred money from the bank to his various accounts through net banking.
An account holder approached the bank to claim FD
The fraud came to light in July this year when an FD holder approached the bank to claim his fixed deposit and found that the amount had already been withdrawn. They reached Nkum when the bank started an investigation. On Sunday night, a bank official formally filed a fraud, forged complaint against Nkum, who is still at large, police said. The case is being further investigated by the police.