Guwahati, Aug 9: Kamrup (Metro) chief judicial magistrate on Wednesday remanded IndusInd deputy manager Olivia Dutta Choudhury to four-day police custody two days after she was arrested on charges of forged financial transacvtions from Moradabad in Uttarakhand.
“We sought seven days custody of Oilvia before the court but the court granted four” Assistant Commissioner of Police Suprotive Lal Baruah told reporters.
Choudhury withdrew around Rs 60 lakh cash before fleeing from Guwahati. Apart from it, she has committed financial irregularities to the tune of Rs 3.7 crore in the accounts of at least six customers of the bank,” Baruah said.
Meanwhile, an IndusInd Bank spokesperson said the service of the employee has been terminated and a police complaint has been filed against her.”The bank has come across a suspected case of fraud in Guwahati main branch, in which a bank employee involvement is being investigated.
It is assisting the police and relevant authorities in its investigations,” the Spokesperson said in a statement.
However, sources said that the police are looking for Oilvia’s involvement in exchange of banned currency notes in the bank branch during post-demonetisation period.