Security Officials Booked for Siphoning Off ATM Cash

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SRINAGAR: J&K police today booked two officials for siphoning off Rs 55 lakh by allegedly forging documents of their company that deals with refilling money in ATMs of various banks across the country. 

“We received a complaint from the branch manager of Securitrans India Private limited, a company that deals in cash management service of 700 ATMs of various banks across the country that two of its employees had siphoned off a huge amount of public money by forging documents of the company,” a crime branch spokesman said. 

He said that two senior employees of the company, namely Sanjay Johar and Ashish Sharma forged company documents and siphoned off around 55 lakh rupees. 

“They showed that they had replenished the ATM with the money, but instead kept the money with them and forged the documents,” police said. 

A case under various sections of the Ranbir Penal Code (RPC) has been registered against the accused, they said, adding further investigations have been initiated in the case. Agencies

 

 

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