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Investor claims agency officers duped him of Rs 80 lakh in Bengaluru | Bengaluru Information

BENGALURU: Police summoned 4 prime officers from a inventory brokerage agency after a 67-year-old man filed a dishonest grievance towards them.
Ok Hemant Kumar of Gokul II Part close to RMV Extension acknowledged he had invested Rs 80.1 lakh with the agency in 2017. However its officers not solely misguided him but in addition cast his signature and carried out the enterprise, inflicting monetary loss to him. He has named three officers of the agency, whose zonal workplace is in Jayanagar IV Block. Kumar informed police he retired in December 2012 after serving as further director, agriculture division.
“Since my retirement, I’d repeatedly obtain calls from the officers. They tried to persuade me to speculate the sum I obtained as retirement profit of their agency. In July 2017, I agreed and some officers visited my home. Saying a Demat account needed to be opened, they took my signatures on completely different sheets. I deposited Rs 80,15,000. Nevertheless, I didn’t signal all of the papers as there have been some loopholes. Later, I learnt that they had cast my signature and illegally invested my deposits within the buying and selling enterprise,” he alleged.
Kumar stated he learnt concerning the dishonest when he revisited the paperwork on August 4. He discovered he had not been saved within the loop about many transactions carried out from 2017 to August 2020.

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