Rs 30 lakh meant for ATMs goes missing

Published: 24th August 2013 08:19 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th August 2013 08:19 AM   |  A+A-

A case has been registered against employees of a private firm assigned with the task of loading cash in the ATMs of a nationalised bank, after an amount of Rs 30 lakh was reported missing on Friday.

According to sources, authorities of the State Bank of India (SBI) main branch on Suffren Street handed over Rs 1.90 crore to Writers Safeguard Limited, to be loaded in 29 of the bank’s ATMs in the Union Territory.

On Friday, after loading it in a few ATMs, it was discovered that the cash was short by Rs 30 lakh.  Sources said that the needle of suspicion is on the three persons who were in the vehicle.

Following this, police registered a case of criminal breach of trust against employees of the firm.


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