Finding it difficult to gather information from all the transactions that happened in 81 accounts in the past 15 months, the Gurgaon police now plan to take help from experts from a nationalized bank.
According to police sources, as several cross transactions have happened among these accounts, the Gurgaon police will take help from State Bank of India officials.
"A lot of cross transactions have taken place from Puri's account. He transferred money to several accounts; money has also come into his accounts on several occasions. Collecting all the details will take lot of time and we will ask a bank expert to help us," the officer said.
"Every nationalized bank has its own financial wing who help in such cases. We can call one of them after collecting the details. Since the investigation required a lot of technical knowledge, we need help from expert," said a police source.
According to the police, out of the 18 bank accounts they had seized initially, eight belong to the brokerage firm owned by Puri's father, while the rest belonged to Puri.
Police is looking into all transaction details since September 2009. "The first of the account was opened in September 2009 and money start floating right after that," the official said.