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Indusind bank official arrested for siphoning Rs 2 crore

Written by Meghalaya Times. Posted in Region

Our Correspondent 
GUWAHATI, Aug 06: A deputy manager of Indusind Bank of a Guwahati branch was arrested by police after she allegedly siphoned over Rs 2 crore from the account of a customer of the bank in connivance with her husband.
According to reports, an investigating team of Guwahati city police led by ACP Suprative Lal Barua had arrested the bank official named Olivia Dutta Choudhury from Nainital in Uttarakhand.


“Following a tip-off, the police team had arrested Olivia, who was absconding after siphoning 2 crore of rupees,” a top police official said.
The police official said that Olivia had transferred the money from the bank customer account to a bogus account and later routed it to her husband’s bank account.
Earlier, police arrested her husband Samir Sinha from Gangtok, who worked as a manager in the same bank in Gangtok branch in Sikkim.


 

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