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A 33-year-old held for duping employer to Rs 13.65 crore

A 33-year-old held for duping employer to Rs 13.65 crore

New Delhi, Nov 9 (UNI) A 33-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly duping an employer to the tune of Rs 13.65 crore by internet banking on the basis of fake board resolution, Delhi Police Economic Offences Wing said on Tuesday.
The accused has been identified as Shubham Saxena resident of Shreshtha Vihar in Delhi. EOW registered a case on the basis of a complaint of Eldeco Group of Companies under various sections of IPC.
The police said the complainant had made allegations of siphoning and embezzlement of funds of the company leveled against Shubham Saxena, who was Asstt. Manager (Accounts).

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