Delhi: Attempt to withdraw money through fake check, three including NGO owner arrested


Delhi Police has arrested three accused.

New Delhi:

The Crime Branch of Delhi Police has arrested three people, including the owner of an NGO. These people were trying to withdraw 68 lakh rupees from a hospital account through fake checks. According to Crime Branch DCP Bhishma Singh, the director of a large hospital in North East Delhi complained that someone was trying to withdraw Rs 68 lakh by applying a fake check from his hospital account, even though he has not issued any such check.

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As soon as he got a message from the bank, he stopped the transaction in the account. Investigation revealed that the fake check was planted on 6 July 2019 on behalf of an NGO Care and Life Style Foundation in the Cooperative Bank of Paschim Vihar. The manager of the bank said that the check account holder was returned to NGO President Arvind Kumar.

After this, the police arrested Arvind Kumar on 28 February. Arvind told in interrogation that in May 2019 he had found a man named Lokendra. He told that he has a check for 68.70 lakhs, if Arvind will put this check through his account, then all this money will come in his account. After this, the police arrested the accused Lokendra and one of his companions Kulbhushan. Both of them had prepared a fake check of the hospital.


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