2 bank officials arrested in Bomdila for financial mismanagement

Itanagar, Jan 25 (Agency) The Bomdila Police in West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh on Tuesday arrested two employees of a private bank, including its branch manager, for alleged mismanagement of a hefty amount of a lady customer. West Kameng SP B R Bommareddy said that the police arrested one Tomal Chakraborty, 36, Branch Manager ICICI Bank, Bomdila and its employee Sange Dorjee in connection with the Bomdila PS case No. 01/2022 registered under IPC Section 409 (criminal breach of trust)/ 201 (causing disappearance of evidence of offence, or giving false information to screen offender) for allegedly mismanaging an amount of Rs one crore of a local lady, who fixed deposited the amount for three months. When the complainant claimed her money on maturity, the SP said, the bank officials started delaying the process by quoting frivolous reasons. On several requests and approaches they transferred Rs 25 lakh in her account and another Rs 75 lakh in her husband’s account for the time being.

Suspecting something fishy, the complainant approached the police. Based on written information, the case was registered at Bomdila Police Station and its officer-in-charge (OC), Inspector Krishnendu Dev has taken up the investigation. During the investigation, it was revealed that one employee, Sange Dorjee, has changed the registered mobile number of the complainant to another mobile number without authorization or consent of FD holder. He then fraudulently authorized overdraft withdrawal in the system, the SP said. The SP also said that the SIM card and mobile phone used in committing the crime have been seized. Further investigation is going on. UNI TD BM