No anticipatory bail for woman accused of siphoning Rs 69 lakh

A sessions court recently rejected an anticipatory bail application of a woman who is accused of siphoning off Rs 69.43 lakh from the bank account of a city-based gynecologist,who died in May.

Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published:September 14, 2012 3:44 am

A sessions court recently rejected an anticipatory bail application of a woman who is accused of siphoning off Rs 69.43 lakh from the bank account of a city-based gynecologist,who died in May.

In July,Parcis,wife of doctor Behram Anklesaria,had lodged an FIR with the Detection of Crime Branch (DCB),alleging that Mamata Jadav,who was working as an office assistant in Anklesaria’s hospital for the last 10 years,had fraudulently withdrawn the amount from her husband’s account.

“After the death of my husband on May 30,I asked Mamata to give me all the bank passbooks,chequebooks and bank statements,which she refused. Following this,I went to the banks and inquired about the transactions of the last two years. I found that more than Rs 69.43 lakh was swindled,” Parcis stated in her complaint.

Alleging that the money was withdrawn by Mamata and her husband Rohit between April 1 and May 31,she said the couple used to forge the cheques signed by her husband.

Following the complaint,Mamata had moved an anticipatory bail application,which was rejected early this week.

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