Hanumanganj police has booked two fraudsters who have withdrawn Rs 40,000 by producing fake signatures of victim; accused are yet to be arrested.
Police said that the accused identified as Abdul Wahid and Mustaq used to work for Hussain Education and Welfare Society whose president Mohammad Habib lodged complaint of fraud committed by the two accused.
The society also runs British school at Qazi camp. The bank account of the school is with Bank of India Categorised market branch.
The accused are office bearers in the society and were also working with the school holding higher positions. Taking advantage of their position they forged signature of Habib and withdrew Rs 40,000 cash from Bank of India Categorised market branch.
During the investigation when the slip used to withdraw cash was checked it was found that someone has forged signature for obtaining the cash from the bank. On March 16, 2016 the two accused forged signature of the victim and withdrew Rs 40,000 from bank account. Police found that the signature was forged by Abdul Wahid. The police have registered a case of fraud against the two accused and started further investigation.
After the case was registered accused went missing and are still at large.
Search for the two have been started and their call record details of the two would be investigated.