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Jammu DEO to keep tab on suspicious cash transactions ahead of LS Polls

Jammu, Mar 15 (UNI) District Election Officer Jammu, Ramesh Kumar on Friday called for strict monitoring and reporting of suspicious withdrawal of cash from the banks as per the guidelines of the Election Commission of India.
He was convening a meeting with all the zonal heads of the banks operating in the district wherein he urged upon all the Zonal heads to keep a strict vigil on the election-related expenditure by the candidates and the political parties.
They were told to report unusual and suspicious cash withdrawal or deposit of cash exceeding Rs 1 lakh during the process of election, unusual transfer of amount by RTGS to the account of several persons without any precedent of such transfer, or suspicious transactions which might be used to bribe the electors during the election process.
DEO further instructed the Zonal officers to bring immediately under the notice of Nodal Officer of Income Tax Department any withdrawal or deposits which is more than Rs 10 lakh for taking necessary action under the income tax laws.
Mr Kumar further instructed the bankers regarding the proper implementation of the standard operating procedure for transportation of cash by ATM vans.
Directions were passed to ensure that the cash vans of outsourced agencies/companies carrying the bank’s cash shall not, under any circumstances, carry cash of any third party agencies/individuals except the bank.
The outsourced agencies/companies shall carry letters/ documents including the authorization letters and also the personnel of the outsourced agencies accompanying cash van shall carry identity cards issued by the respective agencies. The whole process of cash transfer has to be video graphed.
He also directed the banks to open hassle-free bank accounts for the candidates who have filled their nomination papers and special counters shall be operated for them at least two days before the start of the nominations.
Pertinent to mention here that the nominations will start from March 18 and will end on March 25 and the election expenditure limit has been capped at Rs 70 lakh per candidate.
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