Manager of firm held for fraud
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Kothrud police on Wednesday arrested a relationship manager of India Infoline for allegedly duping the company of Rs 1.25 crore. Police arrested Devdutt Dilip Musale, 29, a resident of Dhankawdi, who duped the company by transferring shares of its customers to his account. Amrendra Krishnandan Singh (29), the manager of India Infoline, had lodged the complaint on Monday.
The incident took place between April and November this year at the India Infoline office in Kothrud, police said. "Musale allegedly transferred 15,000 shares of two private companies to his own demat account with the share-broking firm — Sharekhan by using bogus documents," said senior police inspector Kalyanrao Vidhate of Kothrud police station.
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