The net interest income (interest earned minus interest expended) for the quarter grew by 20.6 per cent to Rs 11,763.4 crore, driven by average asset growth of 22.9 per cent and a net interest margin of 4.3 per cent, it said.
Investigators said Sarfaraz purchased a Pulsar 220 in January, for which he had taken a loan of Rs 80,000 and made the down payment. Police said he was supposed to shell out Rs 3,600 as monthly instalments, which he failed to pay.
“He left for work at his usual time... and we have learnt that he left office around 7.30 pm. We could see him walking out of his branch but we could not locate his car while leaving the Kamala Mill premises on any CCTV camera,” said a police officer.