Udupi: a gang deceives the cooperative society of Rs 6.86 lake, case closed


Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (MS / HB)

Udupi, August 10: The general manager of a cooperative society in the city filed a complaint with the municipal police accusing a gang of six members of having deceived the cooperative society to the tune of Rs 6.86 lac by providing false documents.

In his complaint, the plaintiff Srirama Upadhya, managing director of the cooperative credit society Srishti, Shiribeedu Udupi, accused Mohammed Asif, Nooruddin, Mohammed Ashraf, Anoop, Abdul Sameer and Abdul Hameed of providing false proof of address, a bank statement and ID, with intent to deceive the company, July 16, 2021 and took Rs 2,34,910 in cash on July 23. They also received amounts of Rs 2,890 and Rs 2,30,744 transferred to the fake account provided on July 30 and 31 respectively.

Udupi Police Station (file photo)

Meanwhile, the defendant Mohammed Asif, who had arrived at the company on August 9 to collect the check, pushed the complainant and fled in a car with the registration number KA 47 M 4045.

A case in this regard is registered at the Udupi Police Station under crime number sl 115/2021 and IPC columns 406, 417, 420, 465, 468, 471, 323 and 35.


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