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State Bank of India faces loss of Rs 136 cr; CBI registers 3 cases

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New Delhi: The CBI has registered three separate cases of banking fraud against three Mumbai-based companies for an alleged banking fraud that caused a cumulative loss of over Rs 136 crore to State Bank of India, officials said here on Tuesday.

One of the cases is against Top Worth Pipes and Tubes Pvt. Ltd, its Directors Abhay Narendra Lodha, Shishir Shivaji Hiray, Harshraj Shantilal Bagmar, the then SBI officials AGM ThyagarajuInamanamelluri, Deputy Manager Vilas Narhar Ahirrao, Deputy Manager, Madhura Mangesh Sawant for allegedly causing a loss of  56.81 crore to the bank, the officials said.

The second case was registered against Maheep Marketing Pvt. Ltd, its Directors Gajendra Sandim, Hemant Sanghvi and the three SBI officials for allegedly causing loss of Rs 49.99 crore, they said. The third case is against Harsh Steel Trade Pvt Ltd and its Directors  Chetan Jitendra Mehta and  Mahadev Ramchandra Shringare, the then officials of the SBI, AGM Jagdish Kulkarni and Deputy Manager Sadanand Girkar for allegedly causing loss of Rs 30.13 crore.


 

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