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Fraudulent withdrawal of Rs 18 lacs from account of youth settled abroad
Ex BDO Dachhan faces heat
1/11/2019 11:35:33 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik
Early Times Report
kishtwar, Jan 11: A Dachhan Youth who was settled in Dubai from the year 2015 to November 2017 was shocked few weeks ago after he found that the former Block Development Officer Dachhan along with GRS and VLW had withdrawn around Rs. 18 lacs in the name of Material cost from his account under MGNREGA.
As per the details available with ET, Chuni Lal Thakur Resident of Panchayat Sounder was settled in Dubai from 2007 to 2013 and returned to India in 2013 before he again shifted to Dubai in August 2015 and return again in November 2017.
After returning to India Chuni Lal Thakur came to know that an amount of around Rs. 18 lacs stands withdrawn from his account.
Speaking to ET, Chuni Lal Thakur said that he was never a part of any MGNREGA scheme and was out of India during the period when an amount of around Rs. 18 lacs had been withdrawn from his account. He said that the amount has been withdrawn with the help of GRS and VLW who were later identified as Pardeep Kumar and Ashish Kumar respectively. He added that the BDO Dachhan during the said period has been identified as Bua Ditta (Now retired).
He said that after getting relevant documents with regard, he had decided to file an FIR and approach Anti Corruption Bureau. He said that he had all the relevant documents in his possession which would prove that he was not in India during the period when money stands withdrawn. He was unable to understand as to how they first managed to withdraw such huge amount from his accoun
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