Raja Bhaiya, wife booked for forgery
Lucknow: Former minister Raghuraj Pratap Singh alias Raja Bhaiya, his wife and three others have been booked on the charge of forgery on a complaint lodged by the legislator`s former aide.
"FIR of forgery has been registered against Raja Bhaiya, his wife Bhanvi Singh and three others at Aliganj police station on Jun 25 by Rajiv Kumar Yadav, who claimed to be his former Public Relations Officer (PRO)", IG, STF, Ashish Gupta, told reporters.
In his FIR, Yadav alleged that when he parted ways with Raja Bhaiya in 2008, his wife Bhanvi took passbook and cheque book of his Allahabad Bank account in Takrohi branch.
According to the FIR, Bhanvi used Yadav`s cheque book to withdraw Rs 11,000 from the account using his fake signature.
Bhanvi, who, the FIR said, worked as adviser in a private sector bank, with the help of Mohit Singh and Monika Singh opened an account in Yadav`s name in an another bank.
Yadav claimed that when he came to know that an account is being operated in bank in his name, he contacted branch manager Wasiullaha but he did not cooperate.
On his complaint, an FIR was registered against Monika, Wasiullaha and Mohit Singh besides Raja Bhaiya and his wife.
The officer said that police is probing the matter.
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