Kalwan (Dist. Nashik) : Leader News Service
A case has been registered in the Kalwan police station against the then chairman of Shree Swami Samarth Cooperative Credit Union Ashok Tukaram Jadhav along with the Kalwan and Surgana branch managers who cheated the depositors of Rs.
In the audit, it has been pointed out that in Kalwan and Surgana branches of Sri Swami Samarth Co-operative Credit Institution, embezzlement has been committed by giving a discount on the interest of some loan cases by making bogus and false loan cases. Also, the depositors were cheated to the tune of Rs 12 crore 85 lakh 14 thousand 535 by creating fake loan cases in the credit institution and creating fake financial sheets with wrong records. In this case, Special Auditor Cooperative Society Class 2 Officer Suryakant Tukaram Gangurde has registered a case against the then Chairman of Sri Swami Samarth Cooperative Credit Union Ashok Tukaram Jadhav, Kalwan Branch Manager Naresh Dattatreya Ahire and Surgana Branch Manager Bhaskar Dattatreya Battase. Police Inspector Sadhan Nagre is conducting further investigation in this case.
Observations recorded in audit
d. From 1st April 2019 to 2nd December 2019, 1 Crore 3 Lakh 72 thousand was shown as loan disbursement amount by creating bogus and false cases, on 11 April 2019 in the name of Rajendra Bhaskar Battase, 11 lakh 63 thousand rupees mortgage loan case, not realized by the end of 31 March 2019. Preparation of fake financial sheets by taking Rs. 11 crore 57 lakh 7 thousand 775 as interest income, embezzlement of Rs. 12 lakh 71 thousand 760 by discounting interest in Surgana branch, total embezzlement of Rs. 12 crore 85 lakh 14 thousand 535.
Many citizens, including those who earn their livelihood by selling handicrafts, laborers, farmers, keep deposits in these credit institutions. Taking advantage of their ignorance, the management of the institution has created false cases and cheated the depositors, which has scared the common depositors.
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