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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:  The Crime Branch arrested two former employees of the Ayirooppara Farmers Service Cooperative Bank in connection with an alleged misappropriation fraud. Those arrested were identified as Sasikala, 56, and Kusala, 55, of Chenkottukonam. They were the manager and clerk respectively at the Chenkottukonam branch of the bank when a loss of over Rs 4 crore had come to light.

The police had earlier arrested four persons, identified as Reena, Sheeba, Sheeja and Sajid, in connection with the case. The investigators had found that the gang led by Reena had allegedly pledged over 8 kg of fake ornaments in over 67 instances since 2016, of which 62 were transactions that had been made in the Chenkottukonam branch and the remaining at the bank’s headquarters at Pothencode.

While they had allegedly availed themselves of around Rs. 1.5 crore, the scam had resulted in the bank suffering an estimated loss of over Rs. 4 crore by way of actual interest, penal interest and other penalties for default of repayment. The gang had purportedly swindled money in connivance with the former employees.

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