After 64 days, when the victims deposited the check in the bank, the check bounced due to sign mismatch. Not only this, a penalty of about Rs 4,000 was also deducted from the victim’s account. While giving Tahrir to the police, the family members have accused the check givers of cheating. On the other hand, the police have started further investigation by registering a case under the section of cheating against the people who gave the check after receiving Tahrir.
Family alleges fraud
Additional Superintendent of Police SP Arun Kumar Singh told today that the relatives have given a complaint to the police. The relatives have alleged that the checks were given by the Congress and another person in the name of aid money. When this check bounced, Rs 4,000 was deducted from the bank account of the victim’s family. The relatives had given a complaint to the police alleging fraud against the people who gave the cheque. On receiving the Tahrir, the police have registered a case in the matter and started action.
Report – Gopal Giri
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