new Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday arrested two HDFC Bank employees in a bribe case of two lakh rupees. Officials gave this information.
A CBI spokesperson in Delhi said that the agency has arrested the bank’s relationship manager Nitin Nikam and Rural Sales Executive Ganesh Dhaigude. Both worked in HDFC Bank of Baramati in Pune district.
The agency official said that the arrest was made after receiving a complaint. The official said that in the complaint, it was alleged that Nikam demanded a bribe of Rs 2.70 lakh from the complainant for sanctioning a loan of Rs 99 lakh from the bank.
Later, the FIR was told that the amount of bribe was fixed at Rs 2.25 lakh and Nikam sent his junior dhaigode to collect the bribe amount.
The officer said, CBI caught Dhingode red-handed taking a sum of Rs 2 lakh from the complainant. Nikam has also been arrested.
The officer said that raids were also conducted in the office and residential premises of the accused in Baramati.
Both the accused will be produced before the court in Pune.