-Times of India 02.05.2014
New Delhi , 02.05.2014
The Special Judge for CBI cases, Indore has convicted Shri Anil Yadav, then Senior Manager, Service Branch, Union Bank of India, Indore & his son Sh. Vikram Singh (Private person) for misappropriation of Rs.7.33 Lakhs (approx). Shri Anil Yadav was sentenced to undergo four years Rigorous Imprisonment with fine of Rs.4 Lakhs while his son to undergo one year Rigorous Imprisonment with fine of Rs. 50,000/-.
CBI had registered a case on 17/03/2010 against Shri Anil Yadav, then Senior Manager, Service Branch, Union Bank of India, Indore and unknown officers U/s 120-B, 409, 477-A of IPC & Section 13(2) r/w 13(1)(c) & (d) of PC Act, 1988 on the basis of complaint filed by Chief Vigilance Officer, Union Bank of India, Central Office, Union Bank Bhawan, Mumbai on the allegations that Shri Anil Yadav fraudulently facilitated one courier agency M/s. Fast Flight Couriers which was run by his son Shri Vikram Singh. The said courier agency had been hired for collecting and delivering inward & outward clearing cheques from local branches of Union Bank of India at Indore. The competent Authority had approved payment of Rs. 23,000/- per month to the said courier agency, whereas Shri Anil Yadav had made payments ranging from Rs.42,000/- to Rs.72,500/ per month. By this way, Shri Anil Yadav caused undue pecuniary advantage to M/s. Fast Flight Couriers (a Proprietorship run by his son) to the tune of Rs. 7.33 Lakhs(approx.).
CBI filed a charge sheet U/s 120-B r/w 409, 420, 477-A of IPC & U/s. Sec. 13(2) r/w 13(1) (c) & (d) of PC Act. 1988 against Shri Anil Yadav and Shri Vikram Singh on 31/10/2011 in the Court of Special Judge for CBI Cases, Indore on the misappropriation of Rs.7.33 Lakhs.
The Trial Court found both the accused guilty and convicted them.
New Delhi , 29.04.2014
The Central Bureau of Investigation has arrested Senior Manager, Punjab National Bank, Sangli Branch (Maharashtra) for demanding & accepting a bribe of Rs.10,000/- from the Complainant.
A case was registered on a complaint alleging that the accused was demanding bribe of Rs.15,000/- from the Complainant to release the demand draft of Rs.1.5 lacs being the amount of loan sanctioned by the Bank to him under Suvarna Jayanti Rojgar Yojna. After negotiation, the Bank Manager agreed to accept Rs.10,000/- as bribe. CBI laid a trap and the accused was arrested while demanding & accepting the bribe from the Complainant. Searches were conducted at the residence of accused at Sangli and Pune.
The arrested accused was produced today in the Special Court at Sangli and was remanded to Police Custody upto 30.04.2014.
New Delhi , 07.03.2014
The Special Judge for CBI cases, Daman has convicted Shri Dilip Naginbhai Patel, then Head Assistant, State Bank of India, Daman Branch and sentenced him to undergo two years rigorous imprisonment with fine of Rs.7,000/- .
CBI had registered a case against Shri Dilip Naginbhai Patel, Head Asstt. State Bank of India, Daman Branch and his wife, who while functioning as Head Asstt. in the State Bank of India, Daman Branch, Daman, during the period July 1993 to July 1998, entered into criminal conspiracy with his wife to cheat the State Bank of India. He utilised forged documents and a mechanical device known as the "Ledge Posting Machine" to transfer the deliverance of the Bank's money, falsified the Branch records, misappropriated the Bank's funds entrusted to him and cheated the State Bank of India to the tune of Rs.23.04 lakhs(approx).
A charge-sheet was filed on 24-1-2002 in the court of Special Judge, Daman U/s 120-B r/w. 420 of IPC, 467, 468, 471, 409, 477-A, 201 IPC and Sec.13(2) r/w. 13(1)(d) of PC Act, 1988 against the accused and his wife.
The Trial Court found the accused Shri Dilip Naginbhai Patel,then Head Assistant State Bank of India guilty and convicted him. His wife expired on 17/3/2009.