CBI Detained Bank Fraud Case Accused From Oman


Priyanka Churoria(New Delhi): The Central Bureau of Investigation today brought back a Director of Private Company accused in a bank fraud case from Muscat, Oman. The accused along with his wife was absconding since registration of the case on December 12, 2015.

The accused has been alleged of obtaining a bank loan of Rs.10 crore from Punjab National Bank, Darya Ganj Branch, New Delhi and clandestinely removed the hypothecated goods which led to the loan account NPA. A Red Corner Notice was issued on May 31, 2016, as the accused refrained from the investigation following which a charge sheet was filed on December 12, 2016, against both the accused and three other officials of PNB including then-Chief Manager, then Manager and then AGM.

With effective coordination with NCB Muscat, Indian Embassy in Oman, NCB India (CBI), and the deportation of the accused was attended and addressed within a short span of time who will be produced before the Competent Court at New Delhi.

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