Police have arrested the father of former cricketer Naman Ojha VK Ojha in a bank fraud case. VK Ojha was arrested at Jaulkheda branch of Bank of Maharashtra in connection with embezzlement of around Rs 1.25 crore in 2013. Police registered a case against Ojha under Sections 409, 420, 467, 468, 471, 120b, 34 and Sections 65, 66 of the Technology Act the information. The police have already arrested two other suspects in the case. It is believed that VK Ojha has been on the run for a long time. After the arrest, the court sent F. K. Oja is in remand for one day.
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According to media reports, in 2013, bank manager Abhishek Ratnam, who was working at Maharashtra Bank Golkheda branch, hatched a plot to embezzlement. But after his transfer, Ojha and others together in June 2013 embezzled around Rs 1.25 crore by opening 34 fake accounts and transferring KCC loans on them. Ojha was the branch manager when this fraud occurred. Then, about a year later, the then branch manager, Ritesh Chaturvedi, filed a embezzlement complaint in 2014. The complaint said that based on a fake name and photo, the amount was withdrawn from the bank by making Kisan credit card.
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Multai TI Sunil Lata said Vinay Uga was arrested on Monday. The police brought him before the Court of First Instance and requested his arrest for one day. The court sent F. K. Oja is in police custody for one day for questioning.