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Man accused of bank fraud

A MAN allegedly drew Rs 2.45 lakh cash from his wife?s post office account by forging a signature.

india Updated: Feb 10, 2007, 13:13 IST
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A MAN allegedly drew Rs 2.45 lakh cash from his wife’s post office account by  forging a signature.


According to police, the complainant, Preeti, 35, wife of Pankaj Shrivastava, a resident of Bagh Mughalia, alleged that her husband drew Rs 2.45 lakh from her account by forging her signature.

The withdrawal reportedly took place in August 2006. Acting on the complaint, the Kolar police have registered a case of fraud against Shrivastava and have begun investigations.

In a separate incident, a man allegedly sodomised a teenager in Tila Jamalpura. The accused, Firoz, 24, a resident of Indira Nagar, took the victim to his house on Thursday night where he offered him liquor and later committed unnatural sexual act with him, police said. On the complaint of the victim’s father, the Tila Jamalpura police have registered a case and launched a hunt for Firoz.

In yet another incident, a girl committed suicide in Misrod on Friday. Police said Anita, 20, consumed Celphos tablets. She was admitted to hospital where she died.

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