Police to look for additional safekeeping of cashier in BoB instance
HYDERABAD: The Vanasthalipuram police on Monday most likely to look for additional safekeeping of Praveen Kumar, the cashier of the Bank of Baroda, Vanasthalipuram branch, that supposedly decamped with Rs 22.53 lakh from the financial institution’s money counter on May 10 had actually given up prior to a city court and also was remanded to 14-day judicial custody.
Later, the police and also the BoB greater authorities that had actually come for examination examined the financial institution supervisor and also various other team concerning the absent money. They are thought to have actually send a clarified record to the police based upon the info provided by Praveen that remained in police safekeeping for the previous 3 days.
With this, Vanasthalipuram police are most likely to submit an application on trial to seek his safekeeping for investigation in case once more as the Rs 22 lakhs quantity is yet to be mapped. Praveen, that functioned as a cashier in the Bank of Baroda’s Sahebnagar branch, left the rely on May 11 with Rs 22.53 lakh money, after informing his supervisor that he was heading out to get some medication for a migraine.
The financial institution authorities later on became aware that the money was missing out on at the financial institution closing time, while clearing up the day’s purchase and also Praveen was no place to be seen. Based on a grievance from the financial institution supervisor, police signed up an instance under Sections 420 and also 408 of the IPC and also began an examination.
Police tracked him in Goa however prior to they can nab him he gave up on trial in the middle of high dramatization. He had actually likewise launched a video clip making thrilling discuss the financial institution, in a proposal to misdirect the media and also the police.