Sikar, Apr 4 (PTI) The Rajasthan police has registered a case against four employees of a cooperative bank here in an alleged scam of over Rs 8 crore, an official said.
Between 2014 and 2017, accused bank manager Yashwant Pareek, then manager Prakash Jain, then cashier Vikas Meena and incumbent cashier Sohan Birania connived to commit the fraud of over Rs 8 crore, he said.
“A case has been registered against all four employees at the Reengus police station and an inquiry has been initiated,” DSP (Reengus) Manasvi Chaudhary said.
He said the scam was exposed in a probe conducted by Sikar Central Cooperative Bank Managing Director Manohar Sharma, after which a complaint was lodged with the police.
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