pita ne kia bete par case paise se juda hai mamla: bete ne kia fraud to retired dsp ne thane me kia case aropi beta farar

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pita ne kia bete par case paise se juda hai mamla: bete ne kia fraud to retired dsp ne thane me kia case aropi beta farar


  • Retired DSP filed a case against his only son
  • There is a case of loan of more than 28 lakhs through fake sign on the son
  • Retired DSP Ramsagar Sharma filed a case in SK Puri police station
  • Police engaged in the proceedings of the case, intensified the search for the accused son

In Patna, the capital of Bihar, a retired DSP has lodged an FIR against his only son. The matter is said to be related to money. According to the information, retired DSP Ramsagar Sharma has made this complaint against his son Parijat Manu in SK Puri police station of the capital. He has alleged that the son has got a loan of more than 28 lakhs passed from the bank through his fake signature.

‘Son took loan of 28.87 lakhs from fake signature’
Not only this, retired DSP Ramsagar Sharma said that his son did it without informing him. In this regard, the employees of the bank have also been accused of collusion. He told the police that his son got a loan of Rs 28.87 lakh passed from the Axis Bank branch on Boring Road through a forged sign. Even during the loan, no bank official contacted him.

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Retired DSP came to know about the matter like this
Ramsagar Sharma has accused the bank officials of giving wrongful loans in connivance with his son. Retired DSP lives at residence in Buddha Colony police station area. He told that he got information about this from a bank employee, he was told that this loan has been taken by mortgaging his property. He was stunned by this information. This loan of more than 28 lakhs from fake sign was passed on 25 August 2020 last year.

Police started investigation by registering case, search for accused son intensified
The banker told the retired DSP that the amount of this loan of more than 28 lakhs was given to his son in different installments. At the same time, his son is absconding since the matter came to light. Police said that a case has been registered, investigation is on. Soon the accused Parijat Manu will be arrested. Also, action will be taken against whoever is guilty in the case.

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