Children Bank of India fiasco: Delhi Police arrests cash custodian

Children Bank of India fiasco: Delhi Police arrests cash custodian

Children Bank of India fiasco: Delhi Police arrests cash custodian

Shahjahanpur: In more embarrassment for the State Bank of India, a man from Uttar Pradesh's Shahjahanpur has claimed that its ATM dispensed a fake Rs 2,000 note when he withdrew money.

The bank later tried to play down the incident saying that the chances of fake notes passing to its ATMs were remote as "SBI has in place at all its Currency Chests a very robust system for monitoring the quality of notes". There was a mass protest after bank officials refused to acknowledge that the note was disbursed by the ATM. Puneet Gupta later filed complaint against the SBI with the police.

Romil Baaniya has been quoted by news agencies as saying on Thursday: "The accused was already identified yesterday and today we arrested him". His alleged involvement came to light after the police thoroughly scanned the CCTV footage from the ATM.

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"After entering the ATM with the cash bag, Isha removed the notes from the ATM tray and replaced them with the dummy cash", the officer told AFP on condition of anonymity.

The arrested person has been identified as Mohammad Isha, an employee of Brinks Arya Pvt. Ltd.

The crowd wanted an inquiry into how the fake note reached inside the ATM.

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Police said they weren't sure if the note was fake.

The fake note read "Children Bank of India" in English and "Bharatiya Manoranjan Bank" in Hindi.

Thus, the only way the fake notes - created possibly as part of some Monopoly-like board game - could end up in the ATMs was if they had been put there by someone who handled the cash while putting it into the machine.

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