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Banned notes worth Rs 8.15 cr deposited by DTC, Delhi govt

Transport Minister Satyendar Jain said some senior DTC officials have deposited their bribe money in DTC's bank accounts

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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Demonetised notes worth Rs 8.15 crore were deposited in banks by Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) officials between November 8 and 20, an inquiry panel has said in its preliminary report, prompting the Delhi to refer the matter to for probe.

Transport Minister said some senior officials maybe involved in the matter, indicating that either they deposited their "bribe money" in DTC's accounts or they did this for earning "commission".

On November 19, Jain had ordered the DTC's to conduct a detailed inquiry into allegations that some officers in the are interchanging notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 against the smaller-value notes collected from the passengers as fare.

"The has submitted his preliminary report. It shows that from November 8 to 20, Rs 8,14,85,500 was deposited in banks in the form of demonetised notes. 33,647 notes in the denomination of Rs 1000 and 95,677 notes in the denomination of Rs 500 were deposited.

"I have asked the Transport Commissioner to refer the matter to the Anti-Corruption Branch of the Delhi for further probe and suspend the officials who are suspected to be involved in the matter, immediately," Jain told reporters here.

The Minister said he was made aware of the issue in a public hearing on November 19.

Scrapped Rs 500 and 1,000 notes were deposited by officials in banks despite the state bus agency issuing an order on November 9, asking the conductors not to accept demonetised notes.

Jain sought to know how high-value currency notes were deposited in banks by officials if bus conductors did not accept them from passengers.

"The probe showed that most of the cash deposited was in the form demonetised notes. For instance, Rs 11.65 lakh was deposited in a by a bus depot staff of which, surprisingly, 98% was in the form of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.

"At depots of West Zone, 16,593 notes of Rs 1,000 and 43,636 notes of Rs 500 were deposited in banks," he said.

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Banned notes worth Rs 8.15 cr deposited by DTC, Delhi govt

Transport Minister Satyendar Jain said some senior DTC officials have deposited their bribe money in DTC's bank accounts

Transport Minister Satyendar Jain said some senior DTC officials have deposited their bribe money in DTC's bank accounts
Demonetised notes worth Rs 8.15 crore were deposited in banks by Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) officials between November 8 and 20, an inquiry panel has said in its preliminary report, prompting the Delhi to refer the matter to for probe.

Transport Minister said some senior officials maybe involved in the matter, indicating that either they deposited their "bribe money" in DTC's accounts or they did this for earning "commission".

On November 19, Jain had ordered the DTC's to conduct a detailed inquiry into allegations that some officers in the are interchanging notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 against the smaller-value notes collected from the passengers as fare.

"The has submitted his preliminary report. It shows that from November 8 to 20, Rs 8,14,85,500 was deposited in banks in the form of demonetised notes. 33,647 notes in the denomination of Rs 1000 and 95,677 notes in the denomination of Rs 500 were deposited.

"I have asked the Transport Commissioner to refer the matter to the Anti-Corruption Branch of the Delhi for further probe and suspend the officials who are suspected to be involved in the matter, immediately," Jain told reporters here.

The Minister said he was made aware of the issue in a public hearing on November 19.

Scrapped Rs 500 and 1,000 notes were deposited by officials in banks despite the state bus agency issuing an order on November 9, asking the conductors not to accept demonetised notes.

Jain sought to know how high-value currency notes were deposited in banks by officials if bus conductors did not accept them from passengers.

"The probe showed that most of the cash deposited was in the form demonetised notes. For instance, Rs 11.65 lakh was deposited in a by a bus depot staff of which, surprisingly, 98% was in the form of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.

"At depots of West Zone, 16,593 notes of Rs 1,000 and 43,636 notes of Rs 500 were deposited in banks," he said.
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Banned notes worth Rs 8.15 cr deposited by DTC, Delhi govt

Transport Minister Satyendar Jain said some senior DTC officials have deposited their bribe money in DTC's bank accounts

Demonetised notes worth Rs 8.15 crore were deposited in banks by Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) officials between November 8 and 20, an inquiry panel has said in its preliminary report, prompting the Delhi to refer the matter to for probe.

Transport Minister said some senior officials maybe involved in the matter, indicating that either they deposited their "bribe money" in DTC's accounts or they did this for earning "commission".

On November 19, Jain had ordered the DTC's to conduct a detailed inquiry into allegations that some officers in the are interchanging notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 against the smaller-value notes collected from the passengers as fare.

"The has submitted his preliminary report. It shows that from November 8 to 20, Rs 8,14,85,500 was deposited in banks in the form of demonetised notes. 33,647 notes in the denomination of Rs 1000 and 95,677 notes in the denomination of Rs 500 were deposited.

"I have asked the Transport Commissioner to refer the matter to the Anti-Corruption Branch of the Delhi for further probe and suspend the officials who are suspected to be involved in the matter, immediately," Jain told reporters here.

The Minister said he was made aware of the issue in a public hearing on November 19.

Scrapped Rs 500 and 1,000 notes were deposited by officials in banks despite the state bus agency issuing an order on November 9, asking the conductors not to accept demonetised notes.

Jain sought to know how high-value currency notes were deposited in banks by officials if bus conductors did not accept them from passengers.

"The probe showed that most of the cash deposited was in the form demonetised notes. For instance, Rs 11.65 lakh was deposited in a by a bus depot staff of which, surprisingly, 98% was in the form of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.

"At depots of West Zone, 16,593 notes of Rs 1,000 and 43,636 notes of Rs 500 were deposited in banks," he said.

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