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Dec 17 2016 (16:28)  Railway official in CBI net for exchanging demonetised notes (www.siasat.com)
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Posted by: Jayashree ❖ Amita*^  36114 news posts
New Delhi : CBI has booked an Assistant Commercial Manager of Railways posted at Mumbai’s Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus for allegedly exchanging demonetised currency having face value of Rs 8.22 lakh with newly introduced Rs 2,000 notes.
CBI sources said the case has been been registered against K L Bhoyar, Assistant Commercial Manager, Central Railways posted at CST Mumbai under sections related to criminal conspiracy and provisions of Prevention of Corruption Act.
It is alleged that he exchanged notes having face value of Rs 8.22 lakh with Rs 2000 and Rs 100 notes at
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a booking counter at CST Mumbai and Kalyan in Thane District, the sources said.
They said CBI is carrying out searches today at his official and residential premises.

  
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Great act of generating black money during the war waged by govt. against black money
Such acts have been committed by a large number of bank/ railway and other govt officials, which have seriously undermined the effectiveness of the whole exercise of demonetisation, biggest ever cleansing drive of Indian Economy by any govt. How many can be chased/ caught by govt, only time will tell.
Such reports give a clear indication of how deep rooted corruption is amongst the concerned officials and how boldly they dare to indulge in corrupt activities without any
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fear of law.
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