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Guntur treasury officials convicted for fraud

Posted by on May 17, 2011 0 Comment

Hyderabad: Three persons hailing from Bihar have allegedly prepared fake Pension Payment Orders on fictitious names of Military pensioners and withdrew Rs 4,63,920 from Guntur Sub-Treasury in collusion with officials of District Treasury and Sub-Treasury of Guntur.

On a complaint lodged by the Deputy Director, District Treasury, Guntur on April 17, 2001, a case in Cr.No.115/2001 u/s 420,468 r/w 34 IPC was registered at Arundelpet PS, Guntur and was transferred to CID for investigation.

During March, 2007, the main accused Parishnath Singh was convicted to suffer three years’ RI for commission of offence under Section 419 IPC and five years’ RI for the offence u/s 409 IPC and a fine of Rs 2,000 by the Court for SPE and ACB cases, Vijayawada.

Now, the other accused Kamal Kishore Pancharya, Senior Accountant of District Treasury, Guntur; Shaik Ameer Basha, Sub-Treasury Officer, Guntur; Kondamudi Satyamurthy, Sub-Treasury Officer, Guntur; Mandapadu Venkateswarlu, Senior Accountant, Sub-Treasury Office, Guntur were convicted on 11 counts and for each count they were sentenced to one year RI and fine of Rs 1,000.

The case was investigated by the then Inspectors of Police, CID, Mr BRN Tagore, Mr T. Ravindra Babu and Mr K.V. Chalapathi Rai, who retired as DSP. The trial was attended to and co-ordinated by Mr K. Raghu, DSP under the supervision of Mr S. Umapathi, IGP, CID, AP, Hyderabad.

Mr S.V. Ramana Murthy, Addl. Director General, who is the Chief of CID, has congratulated the officers involved in getting this case ended in conviction. (NSS)

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