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35 lakh loan taken under Chief Minister’s Employment Scheme, bank workers reached income tax office for recovery

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Bhopal – In the case of cheating in the capital, a shocking case reached the investigating agency. This matter was directly linked to the Office. However, during investigation, it was found that the address given by the accused was wrong. Due to which the bank employees had to visit the Office several times. At present, the EOW has registered an FIR against the Bank Manager, Senior Loan Manager and Chauhan Brothers of Union Bank of India in the case of cheating.

According to the EOW, in the year 2016, Ashok Garden resident Jitendra Chauhan had applied for a loan of Rs 35 lakh. The then bank manager of Union Bank, Ramesh Kumar, sent Jeetendra to the District Industries Center for permission through the Chief Minister’s . Got permission from the District Industry Center after a year. Through this scheme, the bank had given Rs 25 lakh for machinery. Apart from this, Rs 10 lakh was given for CC limit. Jeetendra paid Rs 24 lakh 97 thousand to his brother’s company. The company to which the payment was made was found to be SR Construction Company owned by Nikesh Chauhan. Jeetendra spent the remaining amount for his own work. In the year 2019, Jeetendra was declared NPA due to non-availability of funds in his bank account. After this, the bank scrutinized Jeetendra’s transaction history and found out that Nikesh had formed a fake company. The GST registration of that company also turned out to be fake. This was revealed after the bank personnel reached the company’s address. office turned out to be at the address. Bank employees have inquired many times in the Office as to whether they have given office to any company or not. Income tax flatly refused. After this, on behalf of Union Bank of India, the EOW was informed about the forgery by writing a letter.

Lakhs lost due to connivance of bank

EOW found in investigation that Jeetendra Chauhan had submitted fake quotation for setting up a new factory. Which was passed by the then bank manager Ramesh Kumar and senior loan manager Poonam Gautam. The EOW told that the loan could not have been passed without the connivance of the bankers. Jeetendra had taken a loan of Rs 35 lakh to make paving blocks and bricks, but neither the factory was set up nor the bank received the loan amount. In this case, 5 people have been booked under sections of cheating, conspiracy and other offences.

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