Moga: While confirming forgery to the tune of Rs 12.85 lakh from the accounts of more than two dozen valued customers of the State Bank of India, its authorities have suspended its branch manager for the alleged irregularities.

The accused branch manager, Ashok Goyal was posted at village Samadh Moga branch of the SBI and was alleged to be involved in the offence.
But sources are saying that the alleged fraud could go into crores.

The investigation was entrusted to the Regional Business Office (ROB), Ludhiana. Moga SSP Surjeet Singh Grewal has given the charge of probe to Satpal Singh Bhangu, ASP(H).

The alleged fraud came to light when Kamaljeet Singh, the Manager of the SBI posted at Goan Samadh ka Bhai registered a complaint with the SSP Moga that a person who was working in the capacity of Manager SBI Moga Branch had allegedly withdrawn a sum of Rs 12.85 lakh from the accounts of a number of people in between December 19 -February 29, 2012.

Kamaljeet accused Goyal of cheating a number of farmers and businessmen. Meanwhile ,a probe has been initiated into the case and accounts of people are being checked.


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