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Ayodhya, September 15: The State Bank of India on Monday returned six lakh rupees from the account of the Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Pilgrimage Area Trust by fraudulent withdrawal. The bank management has given information to the trust general secretary Champat Rai and member Dr. Anil Mishra. According to the information given by the trust, the State Bank of India has deposited an amount of Rs 6 lakh transferred from the account of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra by fake check and fake signature. Heartfelt gratitude to the bank administration for prompt action.
The trustee who played a role in operating the bank account, Dr. Anil Mishra said that the entire amount released from the trust account has been returned. Anil Mishra told that three accounts of the trust are in SBI. Donating Rambhaktas will be able to deposit the donation amount in the current and savings account of the bank. The third account is for payment. Money will be deposited in it only when the trust has to pay. Due to security reasons, payment will no longer be from RTGS, but from RTGS.
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State Bank of India is yet to receive funds from Punjab National Bank and Bank of Baroda. SBI has also written a letter to the high officials of both these banks to return the funds. On September 9 last, the fraudster took out a fake check from the trust account from the Punjab National Bank and Bank of Baroda in Lucknow. When an attempt was made to withdraw nine lakh 86 thousand rupees from the account for the third time, the case was caught with the vigilance of SBI. In the case, the general secretary of the trust Champat Rai had filed a case in Ayodhya Kotwali.