Andhra Bank manager to face imprisonment for money scam

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It is easy to commit a crime but very difficult to stay unnoticed. In relevance to this line, a bank manager of Andhra Bank has been charged with two years imprisonment for scamming money by the Visakhapatnam third Additional Special Judge for CBI.

Velpula Vijay Kumar, Bank Manager of Andhra Bank branch in Vizianagaram, has created a fake account in 2006 to scam money from Susheel Sea Food Pvt Limited account. As per CBI reports, Rs 30.10 Lakhs deposited money has been transferred to the fake account and withdrawn.

Along with Vijay Kumar, T. Tirupati Rao, Data Operator of the same bank has been reported to be the partner in crime. CBI has registered a crime report on both of them in front of the Chief Justice.

After going through the report, the special judge has summoned 2 years of imprisonment and Rs 12,000 for Vijay Kumar and Tirupati Rao has been named innocent as there is no proper evidence over his crime.

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