Suicide note recovered from scam hit Raghavendra Sahakara Bank’s former CEO’s car
| Saturday | 11th July, 2020
Maiya allegedly consumed poison in the car which was parked near his Chikkalasandra residence within Subramanyapura police limits.
The Bengaluru City police recovered a six-page suicide note, which can take the police further closer to unearth the alleged financial irregularities Sri Guru Raghavendra Sahakara Bank and solve suicide case of Vasudeva Maiya, former chief executive officer of Sri Guru Raghavendra Sahakara Bank.
The police recovered the letter purportedly written by a former chief executive officer of Sri Guru Raghavendra Sahakara Bank Vasudeva Maiya, who allegedly killed himself by consuming poison in his car on Monday night.
On June 18, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) had searched the offices of Sri Guru Raghavendra Sahakara Bank and its office-bearers along with Vasudeva Maiya in connection with a case of alleged financial irregularities in the bank.
“We have found the suicide note in the same car in which Maiya’s body was found. The note was taken into possession in the presence of his family members and sent to FSL lab and an investigation is underway,” the official said.
According to the police, Maiya allegedly consumed poison in the car which was parked near his Chikkalasandra residence within Subramanyapura police limits. He was found dead at around 9.30 pm on Monday.
On January 10, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had stopped the bank from doing business with immediate effect, for alleged irregularities in transactions. It also imposed restrictions on lending and limited withdrawals to Rs 35,000.
Along with the RBI, the irregularities of the bank are being investigated by the Enforcement Directorate, Criminal Investigation Department, and Registrar of Cooperative Societies.
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