Odisha: Forest officer and bank manager convicted
Bhubaneswar: A senior forest officer and a bank manager were convicted by vigilance court in Odisha for possession of assets disproportionate to their known sources of income and for accepting a bribe respectively.
Special judge, special vigilance court here held Hadibandhu Nanda, ex-Divisional Forest Officer (DFO), Afforestation, Cuttack, guilty and sentenced him to undergo rigorous imprisonment for two and a half years and fined him Rs 20,000.
In another case, additional special judge, vigilance, Bhubaneswar sentenced ex-branch manager of Puri Gramya Bank, Kanas in Puri district Subash Chandra Mohanty to one year rigorous imprisonment and a fine of Rs 10,000, in default imprisonment for one more year.
According to vigilance wing, Mohanty had accepted a bribe of Rs 500 from a person Pratap Kumar Bidhar for releasing a loan of 10,000 for the Kisan Credit Card.
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