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Bhopal: A city-based woman working with a law firm in New Delhi has lodged a police complaint against unknown persons for forging her documents to open bank account and carrying out transactions through it.

The incident came to the fore when the 26-year-old woman received a notice from IT department regarding suspicious transactions in the account. Complainant Aishwarya Gaur is a resident of E-8, Shahpura and is currently working with a private law firm in New Delhi.

The woman in her complaint stated that in February last year, she had received a notice from Income Tax department stating that after demonetization, several suspicious transactions were made from an HDFC account registered in her name at Lalghati branch, informed said SHO Koh-e- Fiza, Amresh Bohre,

She didn’t mention about these transactions in her ITR filed by her and it comes under money laundering act, said the notice. After receiving the notice, she came to Bhopal to inquire about the account which was operational in HDFC bank since year 2012.

The woman said that she was completely unaware of this account as it was not opened by her. Someone else had opened the account in her name using her documents and her sister was made nominee of the same, she told police in her complaint. SHO said that statement of complainant would be looked into and bank employees would also be questioned.

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