Fraud at the district cooperative bank: same case of embezzlement, different measures

Rampur. The three branches of the district cooperative bank were embezzled in the same way, but the bank officials took different measures. At the Rajdwara branch, all the blame for the embezzlement was placed on the Class IV employee, while the big question was how the data was updated without knowing the system’s user password. Because according to the rules, no employee is allowed to use the user and password of another employee. In such a situation, there is no way that no other officer or employee is involved in this matter. Even so, only one Class IV employee was suspended and other officers and employees were rescued.
At the District Cooperative Bank branches in Patwai, Rajdwara and Purana Ganj, bank officials and employees withdrew funds from the accounts of the deceased account holders. The same case was reported in all three locations. In this case, a year ago the bank secretary suspended three employees at the Purana Ganj branch, but saved three employees. Following the strictness of the CDO, the remaining three employees were also suspended after registering an FIR in this case. Five employees, including two branch managers, were also suspended at the Patwai branch.
A similar case happened at the Rajdwara branch, but here the bank officials only took action against and suspended the class IV employee. While other officers and employees of the branch were rescued. Even if the update in any account can only be done using the ID of a high-ranking official or employee. Because the user ID and password of each employee or supervisor are different and that is also transferred to another branch with the transfer. Even after that, the branch’s account holder’s photo and signature were changed. Therefore, it is not possible that no other official or employee is involved. But even after that, action was only taken against class IV employees. However, bank officials claim that the data in the system has not been updated. But if the data was not updated, what was the result of about seven lakh rupees? In such a situation it is clear that efforts are being made to save some officers and staff.
The Rajdwara branch case came because of the branch manager himself. He had seen a Class IV employee bring a woman and withdraw money. Class IV employees only changed the photos in the forms, which could not be updated in the system. Sanjay Gupta, Assistant General Manager, District Cooperative Bank, Rampur.

Rampur. The three branches of the district cooperative bank were embezzled in the same way, but the bank officials took different measures. At the Rajdwara branch, all the blame for the embezzlement was placed on the Class IV employee, while the big question was how the data was updated without knowing the system’s user password. Because according to the rules, no employee is allowed to use the user and password of another employee. In such a situation, there is no way that no other officer or employee will be involved in this matter. Even so, only one Class IV employee was suspended and other officers and employees were rescued.

At the District Cooperative Bank branches in Patwai, Rajdwara and Purana Ganj, bank officials and employees withdrew funds from the accounts of the deceased account holders. The same case was reported in all three locations. In this case, a year ago the bank secretary suspended three employees at the Purana Ganj branch, but saved three employees. Following the strictness of the CDO, the remaining three employees were also suspended after registering an FIR in this case. Five employees, including two branch managers, were also suspended at the Patwai branch.

A similar case happened at the Rajdwara branch, but here the bank officials only took action against and suspended the class IV employee. While other officers and employees of the branch were rescued. Even if the update in any account can only be done using the ID of a high-ranking official or employee. Because the user ID and password of each employee or supervisor are different and that is also transferred to another branch with the transfer. Even after that, the branch’s account holder’s photo and signature were changed. Therefore, it is not possible that no other official or employee is involved. But even after that, action was only taken against class IV employees. However, bank officials claim that the data in the system has not been updated. But if the data was not updated, what was the result of about seven lakh rupees? In such a situation it is clear that efforts are being made to save some officers and staff.

The Rajdwara branch case came because of the branch manager himself. He had seen a Class IV employee bring a woman and withdraw money. Class IV employees only changed the photos in the forms, which could not be updated in the system. Sanjay Gupta, Assistant General Manager, District Cooperative Bank, Rampur.

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