Rupees deposited: Rs 2.37 crore deposited in KCC accounts of 42 account holders


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Rupees deposited: Rs 2.37 crore deposited in KCC accounts of 42 account holders
11:07 PM July 28, 2022

Punjab National Bank has paid 2 crore 37 lakh 37 thousand rupees in 42 account holders in the embezzlement case in village Chauhilanwali. At the same time, all the aggrieved account holders are being informed by phone and according to the bank rules, funds will be deposited in the accounts of all the aggrieved account holders. Bank's divisional chief Pradeep Yadav has appealed to the rural upgarters to allow the general operations to start in the bank branch so that the account holders do not have to face trouble and they can do their daily transactions smoothly, while the PM in the underprivileged farmer bank Crop insurance can be fixed by July 29. Taking quick action on the basis of a high -level investigation report of the fraud in the account of the account holders by the bank, all the officers and employees of the branch have already been suspended. Please tell here that due to the agitation on behalf of the villagers in the Chauhilanwali branch, the branch is not being allowed to work in the branch since June 28. For this reason, KCC account holders of Chouhilanwali can be deprived of their crop insurance. In such a situation, all the KCC account holders are requested that if they want to get their crop insurance, then they should get their crop insurance from all e-friends or other institutions so that no crop insurance benefits are given by the government in future. In the case of 1 year jail, Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Sunita Beda, in the case of check dishonor, has punished the accused with simple imprisonment for 1 year in jail on Thursday. The accused will pay ₹ 70 thousand to the complainant as compensation. According to the episode, on 13 June 2018, the complainant Kanhaiyalal son Bhanwarlal resident Ward 4 Bhadra presented the complaint that he was with the identity of the accused Akash. The accused had taken a loan of ₹ 50 thousand, whose payment was given a check of Payte Bank of Baroda Bhadra. To get the payment of the check, introduced it in the bank but the check was disrespectful. The complainant, through his advocate Tarachand Mothsara, presented a complaint under Section 138NI Act in the court. While hearing, the court on Thursday convicted Akash Putra Kesari Singh resident Valmiki Mohalla Bhadra. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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