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B'luru: Case file of multi-crore fraud missing

BENGALURU: The document in terms of the multicrore fraud case reported by way of the Manipal Education and Medical Group (MEMG) is missing. The scam pertains to a most sensible honcho of the corporate diverting about Rs 80 crore from financial institution accounts of the company, its managing director Ranjan Pai and his spouse Shruti, to a few faux companies and financial institution accounts in overseas locations.
The case document, together with property bureaucracy, statements of the accused and the mahajar copies, has gone missing ever since sub-inspector Kiran Kumar VS took it out of the police station. The scandal got here to gentle over three months ago.

Based on a grievance, an inquiry is being carried out by way of the assistant commissioner of police (ACP), Cubbon Park division. However, no arrests or detentions have been made thus far.

Confirming the advance, deputy commissioner of police (central) D Devaraja stated: “Documents like property and mahajar bureaucracy are missing from the station. We have registered an FIR. However, this is not going to impact our investigation within the unique case since we've copies of the paperwork,” he stated.

“The document touching on investigation within the cheating case reported at MEMG has gone missing. This used to be brought to my understand on March 13. Assistant investigating officer Kiran Kumar VS told me (inspector who filed the grievance) he had taken the document out without my permission between 11am and 4.20pm. However, he has did not specify the precise date, time and place where it went missing. We have already filed a preliminary chargesheet within the MEMG case and are preparing to document an extra one. Hence, discovering the missing paperwork is important,” the FIR learn.

According to the FIR lodged on March 22, the document contained 9 paperwork, together with property bureaucracy, panchanamas, spot mahajars and voluntary statements from the high accused Sandeep Gururaj, 38, and his spouse Charusmitha PS alias Smitha, 30.

Sandeep, who started his career as a control trainee and rose to the placement of DGM in MEMG, allegedly masterminded the fraud. He used to be charged with transferring finances from different financial institution accounts of the company and private accounts of MEMG MD and his spouse.

In January, police had arrested Sandeep and Charusmitha, citizens of Dr Shivaram Karanth Road, Chikkakallasandra, Amritha Chengappa, 34, of Mumbai’s Andheri (west), and her mom Meera Chengappa, 59, from Koramangala seventh B Main. Search is on for some other accused, Vishal Somanna, a pilot with Qatar Airways and brother of Amritha.

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