AYODHYA : The Uttar Pradesh Police have registered an FIR in opposition to unknown persons for fraudulently transferring Rs six lakh from the checking tale of the Ram Mandir Belief thru two false cheques and making an try to transfer round Rs 10 lakh with a third cheque that modified into once successfully timed detected as counterfeit by the monetary institution.
A case has been registered on the Kotwali police draw here on a criticism filed by the Belief’s secretary and VHP leader Champat Rai, a senior police legit said.
“We have seized the tale whereby the fund has been transferred. A police group has been sent to Lucknow and one other group to Bombay because the tale whereby the money has been transferred is of Maharashtra,” Ayodhya DIG Deepak Kumar instructed PTI.
He said those in the again of the crime have withdrawn Rs four lakh from the fraudulently transferred amount whereas Rs two lakh is silent of their tale.
Rs 2.5 lakhs modified into once fraudulently transferred from the Belief’s tale in Command Monetary institution of India (SBI) on September 1 and Rs 3.5 lakh on September 8 thru a 2d false cheque, the FIR said.
The difficulty got here to gentle after a senior legit of the SBI in Lucknow known as Rai to narrate if the Belief had issued a cheque for transfer of Rs 9.86 lakh.
“We give cellphone calls to all our customers before clearing cheques (with tidy amounts). I really known as the buyer concerning the clearing of cheque for Rs 9 lakhs 86 thousand and the buyer (Rai) got the cellphone after many repeated calls,” Mona Rastogi, deputy manager of the clearing division of SBI, instructed PTI.
She said it modified into once determined that monetary institution officials had known as on the Belief’s registered cellphone number to narrate funds for the first two “false” cheques of Rs 2.5 lakh and Rs 3.5 lakh each before clearing the funds earlier this month.
“With out a doubt the monetary institution had known as the buyer before clearing the cheques of Rs 2.5 lakhs and Rs 3.5 lakh. The name records and particulars are being checked to study if the buyer had got the calls,” she said.
Rastogi said had Rai no longer taken her name, the third cloned cheque would furthermore had been cleared due to it seemed as usual and the signatures too raised no doubts. “The cheques are cleared if the norms are adopted and the signatures are found out to be real,” she said.
In his criticism filed with the police, Rai said that the Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Belief has crores of rupees in its checking tale and it modified into once earlier unaware that the funds had been fraudulently transferred from the tale.
Ayodhya DIG Deepak Kumar instructed PTI that an FIR has been lodged on the Kotwali police draw here on this regard and investigation is being done.
“We have seized the tale whereby the fund has been transferred. Four lakh rupees from the tale had been withdrawn but two lakhs rupees are silent there,” he said.