Deposit dist bar assn’s money in bank, HC tells ex-officers

  • | Thursday | 28th September, 2023

Ranchi: The high court directed the Jamshedpur District Bar Associations former office bearers to deposit the associations money in the associations bank account by September 30.A division bench of Chief Justice Sanjaya Kumar Mishra and Justice Ananda Sen was hearing a PIL filed by one Rajesh Jaiswal, alleging embezzlement of money by the then office bearers of the association. Jaiswal, through his counsel Rajeev Kumar, informed the court that Rs 25 lakh is lying in the possession of the erstwhile office bearers of the association.We also published the following articles recentlyIIM-C training for rural body office-bearersThe panchayat department in Kolkata has started a five-day training program at IIM Calcutta for ZP sabhadhipatis and sahakari sabhadhipatis of 21 districts. The objective is to improve their managerial skills and knowledge of e-governance to handle rural schemes more efficiently. The program will also cover aspects of socio-economic development and public policies. The members will be taught to evaluate and ensure proper implementation of schemes at the grassroots level. The training will include case studies.Crooks get bank accounts on rent to deposit siphoned moneyA businessman in Rajkot, India, fell victim to cyber criminals who used his chartered accountant to access the companys bank details and deposit siphoned money. The gang, with 34 cyber cheating offenses registered against them, rented the businessmans account and paid a 5% commission to the accountant and his accomplices. The gang lured victims with promises of well-paying online tasks before siphoning off their deposits. The gang has committed similar frauds in Gujarat.Joint council of associations to stage one-day strikeThe Tamil Nadu joint council of association has called for a one-day strike in Coimbatore on September 25 to draw attention to the challenges faced by industries, particularly after the increase in electricity charges. The industries are grappling with issues such as shortage of skilled labor, sluggish economic activity, and rising raw material costs. The Micro, small, and medium Enterprises (MSMEs) have been hit the hardest, and despite raising the matter with the state government, no solution has been found.

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