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Aalo Police Arrests Dy. Manager SBI for Unauthorized withdrawal of Customer’s Money.

Publish Date : 02/09/2019

Aalo 30 August: West Siang District Police Aalo, on 29/08/2019 after engaging sources and under close supervision of SP Aalo, arrested one Shri Bikash Ranjan Hajong Ray, Dy. Manager State Bank of India, Aalo S/O lt. Bramaha Charen Hajong Ray a resident of Village-Hawakhana, PO/PS-Tura, Distt-West Garo Hills, Meghalaya. The accused was absconding and evading arrest and is the main accused of Aalo PS C/No-62/19 U/S-409/477-A IPC and Aalo PS C/No-70/19 U/S-12- B/403/409/34 IPC.
The former case Aalo PS C/No-62/19 U/S-409/477- A IPC was registered on 30/07/2019 at 1100 hrs on receipt of a written information at Aalo PS from one Smty Yanya Koje, 58 yrs, w/o Lt. Tapok Koje, an employee in General Hospital, Aalo, to the effect that on 02/03/2019, she had withdrawn a sum of Rs. 40,000/- from her saving account No. 11585606161 at SBI, Aalo. After few days on updating her passbook she was shocked to know that a sum of Rs. 4,00,000/- has been withdrawn and debited from her account and some cash correction of Rs. 40,000/- was also made.
After frequent inquiry in the bank by the informant, it revealed that the unauthorized withdrawal of Rs. 4,00,000/- (Rupees Four Lakh) was illegally made by one of SBI staff Shri Bikash Ranjan Hajong Ray, Accountant cum cash officer, SBI Aalo through the withdrawal voucher without her knowledge. She approached Bikash Ranjan Hajong Ray requesting him to refund the money. On 17/05/2019, an amount of Rs. 3,60,000/- (Rupees, three Lakh sixty thousand) was re-credited in informant’s account.
However, on 18/07/2019 to her utter surprise, the same amount of Rs. 3,60,000/ was withdrawn and taken back without her knowledge by the same person Bikash Ranjan Hajong Ray.
On 23/07/2019, when she went to bank to enquire into the matter, it was learnt that the accused Bikash Ranjan Haong Ray had absconded somewhere without informing bank authority and his whereabouts was not known.
The latter case i.e. Aalo PS C/No-70/19U/S 120-B/403/409/34 IPC was registered on receipt of written information from one Shri Markir Mayi, 45 yrs S/O Sri Tomar mayi of Village-Nyorak Rakte, PO/PS-Aalo, Distt-West Siang to the effect that on 18/07/2019, Sri Bikash Ranjan Hajong Ray, the cashier on duty of SBI, Aalo had illegally transferred Rs. 2,20,000/- (Rupees. Two lakh twenty thousand) from his SBI Account No. 11877814024 without his knowledge.

DIPRO, Aalo