Kolkata Police recovers Rs 8.15 crore from CA’s house in Kolkata, issues lookout notice – India Today

By Rajesh Saha: The Detective Department of Kolkata Police has issued a lookout notice against a chartered accountant, who has been absconding after Rs 8.15 crore was recovered from his residence following a raid on October 15 and 16.
The Anti Bank Fraud section of the Kolkata police conducted a raid at the residence of Sailesh Pandey in Kolkata's Howrah on October 15.
In the raid on October 15, the police could only recover Rs 2 crore from a car at his residence as Sailesh's house was locked. However, the police froze his two bank accounts, having Rs 20 crore.
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On October 16, the Kolkata Police conducted a special raid at Sailesh's other house and recovered Rs 5.95 crore and jewellery. Following the raid, the police seized two laptops and one tablet from the house.
The car from which the jewellery was recovered belonged to Arvind Panday, brother of Sailesh Pandy.

The raids were conducted after a complaint was filed by the Canara Bank. The bank had come across multiple suspicious transactions after monitoring them for a few days.
A police source claimed the accused hatched a criminal conspiracy by opening two accounts with the Canara Bank in the name of two companies and making big online transactions.
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