Select Page

Gwalior Court News: High Court said – investigation is going on, FIR cannot be registered

Gwalior Court News: High Court said – investigation is going on, FIR cannot be registered


Gwalior Court News: Gwalior, New Dunia Rep. The single bench of the High Court stayed the order of the Deputy Commissioner Cooperative, due to which the FIR was being registered against the managers of the District Co-operative Central Bank and the Credit Co-operative Society. The court said that the investigation is going on, in the meantime the FIR cannot be registered.

Illegal financial transactions of Rs 1.98 crore were done in the account of the credit cooperative society Bhageh Putti, affiliated to the District Co-operative Central Bank. The matter was investigated by the Deputy Commissioner Cooperatives. The investigation found that the committee had committed financial transactions in a wrong way. In the investigation Vinod Agarwal Accounts Cell in-charge of District Co-operative Central Bank, Clerk Siddharth Sharma, Clerk Nooril Khan, Clerk Siddharth Rathore, Pichore Branch Manager Ganga Singh, Purushottam Srivastava, Vipendra Sahu Computer Operator, Committee Manager Nirmal Rajoria, Bhageh Committee Manager Pankaj Bhargava. pleaded guilty. Joint Director Cooperative had ordered FIR along with taking action under the service conditions. The compliance report was sought in 15 days, but this matter was challenged by Siddharth Sharma in the High Court. The petitioner’s advocate Ravindra Dixit argued that the investigation is going on, but the FIR cannot be registered during the investigation. The court has stayed the order of the FIR.

Gwalior Electricity News: The old transformers are gasping, the fault and tripping are being attributed to the squirrels

read also

Road Transport Corporation’s land worth 66 crores will be auctioned: State Road Transport Corporation’s railway station bus stand land will be auctioned. The district administration will upload its information on the Public Asset Portal, after which the process of auction will start. At the same time, the land of Dabra bus stand will also be auctioned. Additional Collector Revenue Ashish Tiwari said that the cost of land of State Road Transport Corporation bus stand has been estimated at Rs 66 crore. Complete information about this land will be sent to the government. After this the process of uploading will be done for auction from Bhopal level. On the other hand, 32 acres of land for Center for Excellence at Behta in Murar was also allotted on Friday. The state’s first potato tissue culture lab, training center and food processing unit will be built here.