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Two bank employees held

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The accused have been remanded to judicial custody


CHENNAI: The Central Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday arrested two bank employees at Nazareth (Tuticorin district) in connection with a corruption case.

According to sources in the agency, a native of Nazareth lodged a complaint with the CBI's Anti-Corruption Branch that he had applied for education loan for his daughter and the bank officials were demanding a bribe for sanctioning the same.

A special team formed to investigate the case laid a trap and arrested Office Assistant Narayanan who took Rs. 8,000 bribe from the complainant. He took the money on the instructions of the bank manager Samuel Jebaraj and handed over the sanction orders of the education loan, including a demand draft. Jebaraj was also arrested. The accused were produced in a special court in Madurai and remanded to judicial custody, the sources added.

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